Weekly Register: Chris Stapleton And Sam Hunt Dominate, Old Dominion Makes Strong Debut

Old Dominion. Photo: Dove Shore

Chris Stapleton continues to top the Nielsen Soundscan country albums sales chart this week, with From A Room: Vol. 1 again at No. 1 with 11K. Now That’s What I Call Country 10 (Various Artists) is at No. 2, with 8K. Lady Antebellum‘s Heart Break re-enters the Top 5 at No. 3, with 7.3K. Stapleton’s 2015 debut album Traveller is again in the Top 5 this week, to land at No. 4 with 6.3K sold. Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit‘s The Nashville Sound rounds out the Top 5 with 5K.

Two top debuts this week include Rhonda Vincent & Daryle Singletary‘s No. 10 debut on the country albums chart, with American Grandstand selling 3.1K. Parker McCollum debuts at No. 15 with Probably Wrong selling 2K.

On the country digital songs chart, Sam Hunt again dominates with “Body Like A Back Road” at No. 1, selling 46K. The song is now at 1.341 million units RTD.

Brett Young‘s “In Case You Didn’t Know” is at No. 2, with 17K. Billy Currington‘s “Do I Make You Wanna” is at No. 3 with 17K. Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood‘s “The Fighter” is at No. 4 with 16K, and Dustin Lynch‘s “Small Town Boy” rounds out the Top 5 with 15K. The top country debut is Old Dominion‘s “Written In The Sand,” landing at No. 6 country and selling 15K.

Information provided by Nielsen Soundscan.


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