Weekly Register: Blake Shelton, Keith Urban Top Country Charts

Blake Shelton tops this week’s country albums chart, with Texoma Shore bringing in 63K in total consumption in its debut week, according to Nielsen Soundscan. The feat makes the project Shelton’s sixth album to top the country albums chart, however his last effort, If I’m Honest, tallied 170K units in total consumption.

After moving 219K in total consumption last week as No. 1 country album, Kenny Chesney‘s Live From No Shoes Nation brought in 52K this week, to land at No. 2.

Kelsea Ballerini‘s sophomore album, Unapologetically, debuts at No. 3, with 44K in total consumption. Kid Rock‘s Sweet Southern Sugar debuts at No. 4, with 43K, followed by Chris Stapleton‘s From A Room: Vol. 1 with 16K. Other notable debuts include Lee Brice‘s self-titled album at No. 7, with 15K.

Keith Urban tops this week’s country digital songs, with “Female,” which he debuted at last week’s CMA Awards. The track moved 20K this week. Stapleton’s “Broken Halo,” which the singer-songwriter performed on the CMA Awards, is at No. 2 with 20K. Last week the track sold 7K.

LANCO‘s “Greatest Love Story” is at No. 3, with 18K, followed by Kane Brown‘s “What Ifs” at No. 4 with 18K. Brothers Osborne’s “It Ain’t My Fault” is at No. 5 with 17.5K, following the duo’s performance of the track on the CMA Awards. Last week the track moved 2.2K.

Information provided courtesy of Nielsen Soundscan.

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