It’s a good week for newcomers on the Nielsen Soundscan Country Albums rankings. Arista Nashville band LANCO‘s debut project Hallelujah Nights debuted at No. 1 this week, with 19K (total consumption). Also entering at No. 5 this week is Warner Music Nashville’s Devin Dawson, whose Dark Horse moved 11K.
Kane Brown‘s self-titled debut, which released in late 2016, is at No. 2 this week, with 16K, followed by Thomas Rhett‘s Life Changes at No. 3 with 14K. Chris Stapleton‘s Traveller album is at No. 4 with 11.5K.
After garnering big wins at Sunday evening’s Grammy Awards, next week’s chart should reflect sales bumps for several artists, such as three-time winner last night Chris Stapleton and double-winner Jason Isbell.
On the Digital Songs chart, Keith Urban makes the top debut this week, with “Parallel Line” at No. 3 country, with 19K.
Florida Georgia Line‘s collaboration with Bebe Rexha, “Meant To Be,” is at No. 1 this week, with 39K (497K to date). Thomas Rhett‘s “Marry Me’ is at No. 2, with 20K. Dierks Bentley‘s new release, “Woman, Amen,” is at No. 4 with 17K, followed by Kane Brown‘s “Heaven” at No. 5, with 15K.
“It Goes On,” a track from Zac Brown‘s new Sir Rosevelt collaboration with Niko Moon and Ben Simionetti, debuts at No. 6 country with 13K.
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