Dustin Lynch should be getting ready to throw one hell of a party to celebrate topping both the Mediabase and Billboard Country Radio Airplay charts this week with his current single, "Hell of a Night."

This chart-topper marks his second consecutive No. 1 hit from his latest album, Where It's At, and is the follow-up to the Platinum-certified, multi-week No. 1 title track.

“Wow! Thank you to all my friends at country radio. You have changed my life, my band’s lives and our families’ lives,” Lynch shares in a press release upon hearing the good news. “Can't wait to celebrate two in a row with you the next time we are in town."

Lynch sat down with Taste of Country Nights host Sam Alex earlier this summer and admitted that after receiving his No. 1 with "Where It's At," he shed a few tears, and he wouldn't be surprised if it happened again if his current single reached the top.

“I got to do it with ‘Where It’s At,’ I know how that works now. I cried like a baby. I’m a very emotional guy and it doesn’t take a lot for me to tear up,” Lynch dished. “There’s so many people behind the scenes that are away from their families and on the road and really lay it all out there for me and our band guys to have success at radio like we do. With this song it’s been no different.”

The 30-year-old country singer is currently on the road with Luke Bryan and his Kick the Dust Up Tour while preparing for his headlining Hell of a Night Tour, which kicks off in November and will hit 35 cities along the way.

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