Bailey Zimmerman’s Album ‘Religiously’ Breaks an All Time Record

Bailey Zimmerman has reached a historic achievement with his newest album release ‘Religiously.’

“Religiously: The Album,” not only achieved the title of the year’s most streamed debut album across all genres but has also claimed the spot of being the biggest streaming country debut in history.

Zimmerman’s impressive musical journey has garnered over two billion global streams, marking a remarkable milestone as well. His multi-Platinum hit “Rock And A Hard Place” secured the top spot on the charts for six consecutive weeks, further establishing his historic accomplishment as the “the first male artist to spend six weeks atop Country Airplay just two or fewer promoted chart entries, in a lead role, into a career,” according to Billboard.

The Illinois native is out on the road now for Morgan Wallen’s 2023 One Night At A Time World Tour. Additionally, he has joined forces with rapper YoungBoy Never Broke Again and Dermot Kennedy in a collaborative original song titled “Won’t Back Down,” which is available now. This track, along with its accompanying music video, is included in the official soundtrack for Fast X, the highly anticipated tenth and second-to-last installment of the blockbuster Fast & Furious franchise.