Chris Stapleton‘s long-awaited From A Room: Vol. 2 has debuted atop Nielsen Soundscan’s Country Albums rankings, with 125K in total consumption during its first week out. Stapleton holds three of the Top 5 album spots on the country albums chart this week, with From A Room: Vol. 1 at No. 3, with 19K this week, and Stapleton’s 2015 effort, Traveller, at No. 4 with 18K. On the Americana albums chart, Stapleton holds the top 3 slots, with From A Room: Vol. 2 in the top spot, followed by From A Room: Vol. 1, and Traveller.
Garth Brooks, who recently launched the first of seven shows in Nashville that will close out his current world tour in North America, is at No. 2 this week with Anthology moving 40K, following last week’s turn at No. 1, with 57K.
Blake Shelton‘s Texoma Shore rounds out the Top 5 with 16K, down from No. 3 last week.
Other debuts this week include Danielle Bradbery‘s I Don’t Believe We’ve Met, which lands at No. 6 on the country albums chart with 15K.
Bebe Rexha (feat. Florida Georgia Line) retains the No. 1 country digital song this week, with “Meant To Be” moving 26K. LANCO‘s previous No. 1, “Greatest Love Story” is at No. 2 this week, with 13K, followed by Thomas Rhett‘s “Marry Me” at No. 3, with 12K. Stapleton’s “Broken Halos” is at No. 4 with 11K, while Kane Brown (feat. Lauren Alaina) is at No. 5 with “What Ifs” moving 9.1K this week.
This week’s top digital debut comes from Luke Bryan, who released his latest album, What Makes You Country, on Friday (Dec. 8). “Out Of Nowhere Girl” debuted at No. 19 country, with 6.1K.
Information courtesy of Nielsen Soundscan.
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