Country men dominate April's list of the Top 40 songs. Jason Aldean, Chris Stapleton and Kane Brown are near the top, but it's a duo and a pop artist at No. 1.

You actually won't find a female who calls herself country on this list until No. 15, when Lindsay Ell introduces herself with "Criminal." "Feat" is a popular word on this Top 40 Country Songs list, as five different songs feature a pop or country artist, including Florida Georgia Line — twice!

Scroll through our list of the this month's most popular and best country songs. You'll find most of these on the radio, but we've included listening links just in case you don't feel like waiting. If you think your favorite song should be higher on April's list, let us know in the comments section below.

The list of Top 40 Country Songs of April 2018 is compiled from Billboard chart data and sales figures, in addition to staff opinion and reader feedback.

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Top 40 Country Songs for April 2018:

40. Runaway June, “Wild West”
39. Justin Moore, “Kinda Don’t Care”
38. Carly Pearce, “Hide the Wine”
37. Danielle Bradbery, “Worth It”
36. Chris Janson, “Drunk Girl”
35. Maren Morris, “Rich”
34. Brothers Osborne, “Shoot Me Straight”NEW PORT SAINT JOE ALBUM COMING APRIL 20!
33. Dan + Shay, “Tequila”
32. Dylan Scott, “Hooked”
31. Kelsea Bellerini, “I Hate Love Songs”
30. Cole Swindell, “Break Up in the End”
29. Cam, “Diane”
28. Jon Pardi, “She Ain’t In It”
27. Brantley Gilbert, “The Ones That Like Me”
26. Michael Ray, “Get to You”
25. Lauren Alaina, “Doin’ Fine”
24. Chase Rice, “Three Chords & the Truth”
23. Lady Antebellum, “Heart Break”
22. Ashley McBryde, “A Little Dive Bar in Dahlonega”
21. Brett Young, “Mercy”
20. Chris Lane (Feat. Tori Kelly), “Take Back Home Girl”
19. High Valley, “She’s With Me”
18. Lee Brice, “Boy”
17. Darius Rucker, “For the First Time”
16. Morgan Evans, “Kiss Somebody”
15. Lindsay Ell, “Criminal”
14. Keith Urban (Feat. Julia Michaels), “Coming Home”
13. Brett Eldredge, “The Long Way”
12. David Lee Murphy & Kenny Chesney, “Everything’s Gonna Be Alright” — NEW NO ZIP CODE ALBUM COMING APRIL 6!
11. Jake Owen, “I Was Jack (You Were Diane)” — HIGHEST DEBUT!
10. Jordan Davis, “Singles You Up”
9. Dierks Bentley, “Woman, Amen”
8. Blake Shelton, “I Lived It”
7. Luke Combs, “One Number Away”
6. Morgan Wallen (Feat. Florida Georgia Line), “Up Down”
5. Luke Bryan, “Most People Are Good”
4. Chris Stapleton, “Broken Halos”
3. Kane Brown, “Heaven”
2. Jason Aldean, “You Make It Easy” — NEW REARVIEW TOWN ALBUM COMING APRIL 13!
1. Bebe Rexha (Feat. Florida Georgia Line), “Meant to Be”

Did Your Favorite Song Make Our Top 40 Country Songs List for April 2018?

What would you add to our list of the Top 40 country songs for April 2018? Share your opinions on this list — as well as the songs that deserve to be included, but weren’t — in the comments section below.

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