Miranda Lambert’s ‘House’ Breaks Records
Miranda Lambert's latest hit, 'The House That Built Me,' continues to hold strong at No. 1 on the country singles chart for the fourth consecutive week. By holding down the top position, Miranda breaks this year's record by having the longest running No. 1 song of the year on the Media Base/Aircheck Chart.
"It's the lyrics that deserve the credit," Miranda says of the song, which was written by Allen Shamblin and Tom Douglas. "It's an amazing song, and I am so honored to have recorded it."
'House' ties the record with Reba McEntire's 'Consider Me Gone' for the longest run at No. 1 on another chart -- the BDS/Billboard hot country songs tally. Miranda's chart-topper is featured on the ACM Album of the Year winner, 'Revolution,' which also produced the Texas songbird's very first No. 1 single, 'White Liar.'
Miranda recently wrapped up her first headlining tour, which sold out 17 of its 25 shows and set attendance records in three different cities. Miranda is now gearing up to join the Lilith Fair tour this summer.