Weekly Register: Kane Brown, Thomas Rhett Hold Country Charts Leads

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• September 25, 2017

Kane Brown, Thomas Rhett

Thomas Rhett keeps hold on the country albums chart this week, and is at No. 3 on Nielsen Soundscan’s overall Top 200 rankings, with Life Changes moving 39K in total consumption.

Big & Rich debuts Did It For The Party, which makes its inaugural appearance on the country albums chart at No. 2, with 27K. Dustin Lynch‘s Current Mood lands at No. 3, with 12.7K sold, followed by Luke CombsThis One’s For You is at No. 4, with 12.6K. Chris Stapleton‘s Traveller is at No. 5 with 11K.

On the top country digital song sales rankings, Kane Brown retains his lead as “What Ifs” takes the No. 1 spot with 25K sold (last week’s top spot was held by Brown’s “Found You”). Sam Hunt follows with “Body Like A Back Road” at No. 2 with 20K. “Body Like A Back Road” has now reached 4.9 million streams.

Luke Combs‘ “When It Rains It Pours” is at No. 3 with 17K, while Thomas Rhett’s “Unforgettable” is at No. 4 with 16K. LANCO‘s “Greatest Love Story” rounds out the Top 5, with 16K.

Following the death of Montgomery Gentry member Troy Gentry on Sept. 8, this week’s top debut was Montgomery Gentry’s “Better Me,” released by Average Joes, which debuts at No. 10 country, with 10K.

Information provided by Nielsen Soundscan.

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