Weekly Register: Shania Twain’s ‘Now’ Tops Overall Albums Chart

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• October 10, 2017

With her first album in 15 years, Now, Shania Twain tops Nielsen Soundscan’s Top 200 album rankings, as well as the country albums chart, with 137K in total consumption.

Thomas Rhett‘s Life Changes is the second-highest selling country project (total consumption), with 21K this week. Luke CombsThis One’s For You is at No. 3 with 12K, followed by Chris Stapleton‘s Traveller at No. 4 with 11K. Kane Brown‘s self-titled album rounds out the Top 5 with 10K.

On the digital country songs chart, Maren Morris‘ “Dear Hate” tops the list with 27K this week. The stirring track, which features vocals from Vince Gill, was written more than two years ago, and was recently officially released following the mass shooting at Las Vegas’ Route 91 Harvest Festival that occurred Oct. 1.

Kane Brown‘s “What Ifs,” ft. Lauren Alaina, is at No. 2, with 22K, followed by LANCO‘s “Greatest Love Story” at No. 3 with 17K. Sam Hunt‘s “Body Like A Back Road” is at No. 4 with 16K, and Luke Combs‘ “When It Rains It Pours” rounds out the Top 5 with 15.5K.

Chris Lane‘s “Take Back Home Girl,” ft. Tori Kelly, debuts at No. 10 country.

Information provided by Nielsen Soundscan.

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