Valory Music Co. artist Justin Moore‘s latest album may be titled Kinda Don’t Care, but his fans certainly cared about his new release, enough to propel the project into this week’s top spot on the country albums chart, and No. 4 on the overall chart. Kinda Don’t Care moved 37K albums and 42K combined units of sales and streaming.
The Top 5 country albums chart included two more debuts this week. Metal thrasher-turned-outlaw country singer Cody Jinks‘ independent project I’m Not The Devil landed at No. 4 on the country albums chart, with 11K. Curb Records artist Dylan Scott‘s self-titled project debuted at No. 5, with 9.1K sold.
Blake Shelton‘s If I’m Honest holds down the No. 2 spot on the country albums chart, with 16K, while Chris Stapleton‘s Traveller is at No. 3 with 12K.
Overall album sales are down 15.2 percent this week YTD, while overall digital album sales have declined 20.2 percent YTD. Country album sales have declined 9.7 percent YTD, while country digital album sales have dropped 15.7 percent YTD.
Florida Georgia Line‘s “H.O.L.Y.” remains entrenched atop the country tracks charts this week, moving 35K and topping 1 million downloads overall. Meanwhile, Kenny Chesney‘s collaboration with Pink, “Setting The World On Fire,” moved 33K, to land at No. 2. Miranda Lambert‘s “Vice” lands at No. 3, with 26K. Jon Pardi‘s “Head Over Boots” moves 23K this week to land at No. 4, while Dierks Bentley‘s “Different For Girls,” featuring Elle King, moves 23K this week.
Jason Aldean‘s “In Case You Don’t Remember” is this week’s top debut, selling 9.3K and landing at No. 21 country and No. 82 overall.
Country track sales have decreased 23.3 percent YTD, while overall track sales have declined 25 percent YTD
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