Elle King & Miranda Lambert ‘Drunk’-Dial Up a Country Airplay No. 1

“The fact that a duet by two women hasn’t been No. 1 since 1993 is crazy,” Lambert tells Billboard.

For the first time in nearly 30 years, a collaboration between two women tops Billboard‘s Country Airplay chart,

as Elle King and Miranda Lambert‘s “Drunk (and I Don’t Wanna Go Home)” rises from No. 3 to No. 1 in its 46th week on the survey (dated April 16).

In the tracking week ending April 10, the RCA/Columbia Nashville single increased by 7% to 24.8 million audience impressions, according to Luminate, formerly MRC Data.

The song marks the second shared Country Airplay leader (dating to the chart’s January 1990 inception) by two female soloists,

after Reba McEntire’s “Does He Love You,” with Linda Davis, led the list dated Nov. 6, 1993.

The life of this song has taught me so much: Everything has its own time and path,”

King tells Billboard. “And when in doubt, add Miranda Lambert. I am so thankful to you, Miranda – you are a shining light,