Weekly Register: Blake Shelton’s ‘If I’m Honest’ Debuts At No. 1

Blake Shelton If I'm Honest

It’s a big week for Blake Shelton, whose new album If I’m Honest debuts at No. 1 country and No. 3 overall. The project’s total consumption clocks in at 170K units, and 153K album-only, more than any other album-only sales this week.

On the overall charts, Drake is hanging at No. 1 with 189K (50K album), followed by Ariana Grande’s No. 2 debut of Dangerous Woman, selling 175K (129K album).

Rounding out the top 5 country albums, behind Shelton, are Chris Stapleton (19K album), Keith Urban (14K), Jennifer Nettles (12K) and Cole Swindell (11K).

Over on the tracks chart, Florida Georgia Line’s “H.O.L.Y.” stays at No. 1 selling 72K TW and 365K RTD. Adam Wakefield, from The Voice, debuts two tracks in the country top 5. “Lonesome, Broken and Blue” lands at No. 2 selling 57K to become the week’s top debut overall. Wakefield also launches “When I Call Your Name” at No. 4 country, selling 32K. Tim McGraw stays “Humble and Kind” at No. 3 with 35K, and Dierks Bentley is anywhere but lost with “Somewhere On A Beach” reeling in 29K.

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