Weekly Register: Lindsay Ell Debuts With Top Country Album

Lindsay Ell on the set of her video for “Waiting On You.”

Lindsay Ell rules the current country albums ranking this week, with her BBR Music Group album The Project moving 10K to debut at No. 1. Chris Stapleton’s From A Room follows at No. 2, with 7.5K, while Brett Eldredge‘s self-titled album is at No. 3 this week with 7.3K. The late Glen Campbell’s Adios is at No. 4, with 6.5K, while Stapleton rounds out the Top 5 with Traveller moving 5.6K this week.

Will Hoge‘s Anchors debuted at No. 21, with 1.9K, while BMLG’s Alex Williams debuted at No. 43 with Better Than Myself, selling 810 units.

Sam Hunt‘s “Body Like A Back Road” remains this weeks’ top digital country song, moving 36K (1.543 million overall). Kane Brown‘s “What Ifs” is at No. 2, with 20K. Dustin Lynch holds both the No. 3 and No. 4 slots, with “Small Town Boy” moving 19K, while “Love Me Or Leave Me Alone” moves 16.6K. Kelsea Ballerini‘s new track “Unapologetically” rounds out the Top 5 with 16.1K.

Thomas Rhett comes in at No. 6 with “Sixteen” moving 15K.

Information courtesy of Nielsen Soundscan.



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