Weekly Register: Cassadee Pope, Joe Nichols and Kenny Rogers
Although there is no change in overall album sales this week, Country album sales are down one percent from last week. Cassadee Pope’s Frame By Frame debuts as the top Country album this week, and No. 8. overall, selling 43k units. Pope’s hit single “Wasting All These Tears” currently sits at No. 36 on the overall tracks chart. Meanwhile, Joe Nichols’ Crickets debuts at No. 3 this week on the Country chart (No. 15 overall), selling 15k units, while veteran Kenny Roger’s You Can’t Make Old Friends debuts at No. 9 on the Country chart (No. 43 overall), selling 8.2k units. Other noteworthy debuts include Joey & Rory’s Made To Last at No. 44 (1.3k), and Grits & Glamour’s Dos Divas landing at No. 73 (478).
Apparently controversy does sell: Miley Cyrus’s Bangerz is the top overall album this week, selling 177k units. YTD album sales are down 6.2 percent, while Country album sales are down .6 percent.
Luke Bryan’s ‘That”s My Kind Of Night” holds its post as the top Country track (No. 15 overall), selling 68k units this week (937k RTD). Chase Rice’s “Ready Set Roll” is the top Country debut this week, coming in at No. 2 (No. 26 overall) with 42k units sold. The top overall track remains Lorde’s “Royals,” selling 293k units this week (2.4 million RTD). Track sales topped one billion paid downloads this week. YTD, overall tracks are down 3.8 percent, while Country tracks are up 3.2 percent.
Next Week’s debuts include Rice’s Ready Set Roll, Will Hoge’s Never Give In, Scotty McCreery’s See You Tonight and Logan Brill’s Walking Wires.
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