Lainey Wilson has earned her fifth No.1 at country radio with “Watermelon Moonshine”, which hit the top spot on the Billboard Country Airplay chart. “Watermelon Moonshine” took 18 weeks to reach No.1, making it the fastest climb to No.1 for a solo female song at country radio since Carrie Underwood did so with “Church Bells” in 2016.
Wilson said in a statement about ‘Watermelon Moonshine’: “This song is about the young, wild, crazy love that we all hope to experience. From locking eyes for the first time, to playing spin the bottle with an Ole Smoky mason jar, to being too crazy about each other to tame it, I am so happy with how Rachel Lynn Matthews and Sam Sherrod brought the vision to life through their portrayal of their innocently passionate characters.”
Wilson released a cinematic music video for ‘Watermelon Moonshine’ that followed actress Rachel Lynn Matthews as she reminisces about her past and the boy who stole her heart, played by Sam Sherrod. You can take a look at the video – here.
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