Billboard’s Top 100 Artists of 2020 Include Luke Combs, Morgan Wallen, Kane Brown, Maren Morris & More

Billboard’s Top 100 Artists of 2020 Include Luke Combs, Morgan Wallen, Kane Brown, Maren Morris & More

Billboard revealed its all-genre Top 100 Artists of 2020—and the country music industry is represented with more than a dozen artists/acts.

Luke Combs (No. 13), Morgan Wallen (No. 24), Kane Brown (No. 31), Maren Morris (No. 34) and Gabby Barret (No. 43) tallied Top 50 rankings.

The list ranks the best-performing overall acts of the year based on activity on the Billboard 200 albums tally, the Billboard Hot 100 songs list, as well as Billboard Boxscore (touring) and the Social 50 chart for the 2020 tracking period (Nov. 23, 2019, through Nov. 14, 2020).

Post Malone (No. 1), The Weeknd (No. 2), Roddy Ricch (No. 3), DaBaby (No. 4) and Drake (No. 5) secured the Top 5 spots on the list.

Check out the country music artists represented on Billboard‘s Top 100 Artists of 2020.

  • No. 13: Luke Combs
  • No. 24: Morgan Wallen
  • No. 31: Kane Brown
  • No. 34: Maren Morris
  • No. 43: Gabby Barrett
  • No. 51: Jason Aldean
  • No. 53: Blake Shelton
  • No. 58: Dan + Shay
  • No. 60: Sam Hunt
  • No. 73: Old Dominion
  • No. 74: Luke Bryan
  • No. 77: Thomas Rhett
  • No. 84: Lee Brice
  • No. 91: Jon Pardi
  • No. 92: Miranda Lambert
  • No. 93: Chris Stapleton
  • No. 99: Kenny Chesney
  • No. 100: Maddie & Tae

photo by Tammie Arroyo, AFF-USA.com

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