Weekly Register: Luke Bryan’s ‘Kill The Lights’ Tops 1 Million

Luke Bryan Kill the Lights

Luke Bryan‘s Kill The Lights has hit the 1 million sales mark this week, in its 48th week on the chart.

No new country albums debuted in the Top 10 this week, but sales for Maren MorrisHero project are up 46 percent after Morris appeared on CBS’ Sunday Morning. She lands at No. 5 on the country albums rankings this week, with 7.7K.

Blake Shelton‘s If I’m Honest take the top slot on the country albums chart, with 21K. Chris Stapleton‘s Traveller follows at No. 2, with 15K. Cole Swindell‘s You Should Be Here lands at No. 3 with 8.4K (with a 45 percent boost), followed by the compilation, Now That’s Country 9, at No. 4 with 8.2K.

Overall album sales have declined 14.9 percent, while overall digital album sales have declined 20.1 percent. Country album sales declined 7.6 percent year to date, while country digital album sales have declined 14.3 percent.

Florida Georgia Line

Florida Georgia Line

On the tracks sales rankings, the summer of Justin Timberlake continues, as “Can’t Stop The Feeling” remains at No. 1, selling 98K this week, and 1.5 million RTD.

On the country digital tracks rankings, Florida Georgia Line‘s “H.O.L.Y.” continues its reign (and at No. 2 overall), selling 69K and 798K RTD. Darius Rucker‘s “If I Told You” takes the No. 2 position (31K), followed by Kelsea Ballerini‘s “Peter Pan” (24K), Jon Pardi‘s “Head Over Boots” (22K) and Carrie Underwood‘s “Church Bells” (21K).

Several patriotic themes also made their way onto the charts over the July 4 weekend, including Lee Greenwood‘s evergreen “God Bless The U.S.A.” at No. 9, selling 19K. Home Free‘s rendition of the same track charted at No. 55. Toby Keith notched a few patriotic songs, with “Courtesy of the Red White and Blue” at No. 30 and “American Soldier” at No. 62.

Overall track sales are down 24.1 percent, while country track sales have declined 19.5. percent YTD.



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