Miranda Lambert is opening up about her and Jason Aldean's summer hit "Drowns the Whiskey."
The song, which was released in May and reached No. 1 status three months later, was the country singer's first tune to reach the same accomplishment in four years, according to The Washington Post.
Lambert's last No. 1 hit was her single "Automatic" off of her "Platinum" album in June 2014.
“Yes, I had to sing with someone with a penis to get a number one,” Lambert, 35, told the outlet in a new interview published on Tuesday about the radio chart disparity.
"I do like this person, Jason Aldean, a lot . . . so it was a great song with an old friend," she continued, explaining that "it is interesting that I haven’t had even a Top 20 in a long, long time. And then it goes No. 1 because it’s a dude."
The two-time Grammy winner added: "But you know — if we went and looked at how many singles or records were sold for the Top 10 songs right now, I’d probably triple it on record sales. So it doesn’t matter."