Weekly Register: Kane Brown, Thomas Rhett Make Top Debuts

Pictured (L-R): Kane Brown, Thomas Rhett

Thomas Rhett‘s latest album Life Changes (The Valory Music Co.) has debuted at the pinnacle of the Top 200, claiming the third-highest chart debut for a country artist this year, and moving 123K, as noted by MusicRow.com earlier. The high-water mark also makes Life Changes this week’s top album on the Nielsen Soundscan country albums rankings.

Broken Bow’s Dustin Lynch landed at No. 2 on the country albums chart with the debut of Current Mood, which moved 36K. UMG Nashville artist Kip Moore‘s Slowheart, landed at No. 3, with 29K. Sony Nashville artist Kane Brown‘s self-titled album is at No. 4 this week, with 14K, followed by fellow Sony artist Luke CombsThis One’s For You at No. 5 with 12K.

Other country debuts this week include Toby Keith‘s Bus Songs, which debuts at No. 6 on the country albums chart with 12K, and The Texas Tenors’ Rise, which debuts at No. 17 country.

On the country digital songs rankings, Kane Brown takes over Sam Hunt’s lead on the chart, with Brown’s “Found You” debuting at No. 1 with 33K. Brown also has the No. 3 spot, with “What Ifs” moving 23K.

Blake Shelton‘s “I’ll Name The Dogs” also debuts this week, at No. 2 with 27K. Sam Hunt‘s “Body Like A Back Road” drops to No. 4 this week, with 19K. Dustin Lynch’s “Small Town Boy” rounds out the Top 5, with 17K.

Information provided courtesy of Nielsen Soundscan.


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