Jelly Roll Brings 15-Year-Old Daughter Bailee Ann Out at Stagecoach for ‘Cool Dad Points’

Sam Hunt leads with "Outskirts," his second multiweek No. 1 after "Body Like a Back Road."  

“Halfway to Hell” reaches 11-9 on Billboard's Country Airplay chart on May 4, Jelly Roll's fourth top 10.   

Luminate reported 20.3 million audience impressions for the song in the April 19-25 tracking period, up 11%.  

Jelly Roll, Jessie Jo Dillon, Jesse Frasure, and Matt Jenkins wrote the song.  

This is the first track on the country star's album Whitsitt Chapel, which debuted at No. 2 last June with the largest week (90,000 equivalent album units in the U.S.)  

for an initial entry since the survey switched to a consumption-based methodology in February 2017.  

“Halfway to Hell” follows Jelly Roll's three straight Country Airplay victories  

Save Me,” with Lainey Wilson, for two frames in December; “Need a Favor” (four weeks, starting in August 2023); and his rookie entry, “Son of a Sinner” (one week, January 2023  

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