Florida Georgia Line retains the lead at the top of the country albums chart this week, with Dig Your Roots moving 31K (157K RTD). Blake Shelton‘s If I’m Honest moves 14K (449K RTD), landing at No. 2 this week.
Chris Stapleton‘s 2015 effort, Traveller, is at No. 3 with 11K sold (1.5M RTD), while Dolly Parton‘s 2016 project, Pure & Simple, is at No. 4 with 7.7K (40K RTD). Cole Swindell‘s 2016 album, You Should Be Here, rounds out the Top 5, with 7K (190K RTD).
Overall album sales have declined 14.7 percent year to date, while overall digital album sales have diminished 19.3 percent. Country album sales are down 8.7 percent year to date, while country digital album sales have declined 14.1 percent.
On the country track sales rankings, Kenny Chesney‘s collaboration with Pink leads with 31K moved this week (253K RTD), enough to land at No. 17 on the overall track sales rankings. Miranda Lambert‘s “Vice” is at No. 2 this week with 29K. Kelsea Ballerini‘s “Peter Pan” lands at No. 3 this week, with 27K.
Florida Georgia Line holds the fourth and fifth spots in the Top 5 this week, with “H.O.L.Y.” selling 25K to land at No. 4, and the duo’s latest single, “May We All” featuring Tim McGraw, moves 21K to claim the No. 5 spot.
Jason Aldean‘s “This Plane Don’t Go There,” from his new album They Don’t Know, debuts at No. 12 on the country tracks rankings and at No. 51 overall, selling 12K.
Overall digital track sales are down 24.9 percent year to date, while country digital track sales have declined 23.2 percent YTD.
Information provided by Nielsen Soundscan.
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