Weekly Register: Chris Young Tops Country Albums Rankings With ‘Losing Sleep’

Chris Young. Photo: John Shearer

Chris Young tops this week’s country albums chart with Losing Sleep, moving 39K in total consumption in its debut week, according to Nielsen Soundscan. The album is also the No. 5 album on the overall albums chart this week.

Darius Rucker‘s When Was The Last Time debuts at No. 2, with 34K.

Turnpike TroubadoursLong Way From Your Heart opens at No. 3, with 18K sold, followed by Kane Brown‘s self-titled debut project, now with a deluxe edition, at No. 4 with 17K. Thomas Rhett‘s Life Changes rounds out the Top 5 country projects with 15K sold this week.

Other notable debuts on the country albums chart are Margo Price‘s All American Made at No. 12 on the country albums chart with 7.3K, and Wille Nelson‘s Willie and the Boys at No. 19 country with 5.5K.

Kane Brown

On the top digital country songs chart, Kane Brown’s “What Ifs” is at No. 1 with 20K, followed by Chris Stapleton‘s new track “Millionaire,” with 19K. “Millionaire” is off Stapleton’s upcoming album, From ‘A’ Room, Vol. 2, out Dec. 1.

LANCO‘s “Greatest Love Story” is at No. 3, with 19K, followed by Kelsea Ballerini‘s “Miss You More” at No. 4 with 17K. “Miss You More” is featured on Ballerini’s upcoming album Unapologetically, out Nov. 3.

Luke Combs‘ “When It Rains” is at No. 5 with 14K.

Information provided courtesy Nielsen Soundscan.

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