Weekly Register: Florida Georgia Line Make “Smooth” Debut

Florida Georgia Line Photo: Jim Wright

Florida Georgia Line Photo: Jim Wright

Florida Georgia Line hold the No. 1 and No. 3 spot on this week’s country digital tracks chart.

The duo has the top country debut this week, with “Smooth” landing at No. 3 country and No. 31 overall. The track sold 22K, and is the follow-up to “H.O.L.Y.”, which is still atop the country digital tracks chart. “H.O.L.Y.” moved 61K this week, for a total of 859K after 11 weeks.

At No. 2 on the country tracks chart is Kelsea Ballerini‘s “Peter Pan,” with 23K sold. “Different For Girls,” by Dierks Bentley with Elle King, moved 21K for a No. 4 rank. Jon Pardi‘s “Head Over Boots” lands at No. 5 this week, with 19K.

On the tracks sales rankings, Justin Timberlake‘s “Can’t Stop the Feeling” remains at No. 1, selling 92K this week. After 10 weeks, “Can’t Stop the Feeling” has sold more than 1.6 million units.

Overall track sales declined 25.4 percent YTD, while country digital track sales have declined 23.6 percent year to date

Chris-Stapleton-TravellerChris Stapleton‘s Traveller returns to No. 1  on the country album chart with 14K. Blake Shelton‘s If I’m Honest lands at No. 2 with 11K, while Now That’s Country 9 moved 6.5K this week. Dierks Bentley‘s Black moved 5.9K albums this week to land at No. 4, followed by Keith Urban‘s Ripcord with 5.5K at No. 5.

The country rankings have no Top 10 debuts, though Mark Chesnutt‘s Tradition Lives debuts at No. 22 (1.8K). Kree Harrison‘s This Old Thing debuts at No. 28 with just over 900 units.

Overall album sales declined 15 percent YTD, while overall digital album sales declined 20.2 percent. Country album sales decreased 7.9 percent, while country digital album sales decreased 14.6 percent YTD.

On the overall chart, accounting for streams and sales, Drake‘s Views returns to No. 1 (92K units/18K album only), but the Top 10 sees three debuts. Schoolboy Q‘s Blank Face LP debuted at No. 2 (74K/52K album only), while Chevelle‘s North Corridor debuted at No. 8 (32.5K/31K album only), and Switchfoot‘s Where The Light Shines Through debuted at No. 10 (29K/27K album only).

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