Garth Brooks is making history. Again.
As "Dive Bar," his collaboration with Blake Shelton, ascended to the top five on the Mediabase country chart on Monday, Brooks officially became the first artist to have scored at least one top five single on both the Billboard country chart and the Mediabase chart across five consecutive decades: the 1980s, '90s,2000s, '10s and '20s.
This winning streak began in 1989, when Brooks scored his first number one single with "If Tomorrow Never Comes."
That was followed by a string of chart-toppers including "The Dance," "Friends in Low Places" and "The Thunder Rolls."
The singer will receive the Icon Award at the Billboard Music Awards on April 29. He's only the ninth artist in the show's history to be bestowed with the title.
He'll also perform during the telecast.
The superstar's 14th studio album "Fun" is expected to be released later this year.
Garth Brooks makes history with 5 decades of top-5 hits originally appeared on goodmorningamerica.com