Weekly Register: Kane Brown Tops Country Albums, Digital Sales Charts

Sony Music Nashville artist Kane Brown tops both the country albums sales rankings and the country digital songs charts this week. Brown’s deluxe version of his self-titled album moved 43K in total consumption this week. Meanwhile, his new track “Heaven” debuts in the top slot, with 35K.

Thomas Rhett‘s Life Changes takes the No. 2 spot with 17K, followed by last week’s No. 1, Shania Twain‘s NOW, with 15K.

Luke CombsThis One’s For You is at No. 4, with 12K, followed by Chris Stapleton‘s Traveller with 11K.

Following Brown’s No. 1 song on the country digital songs rankings is Maren Morris‘ “Dear Hate” at No. 2 with 27K, and another Kane Brown hit, “What Ifs,” (ft. Lauren Alaina) at No. 3 with 22K.

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill‘s “Rest of Your Life” is at No. 4 with 18K, followed by LANCO‘s “Greatest Love Story” with 17K at No. 5.

Information provided by Nielsen Soundscan.

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