Weekly Register: Jason Aldean, FGL Retain Chart Leads

Jason Aldean‘s Rearview Town is at No. 1 again this week on the country albums chart, moving 26K in total consumption according to Nielsen Soundscan. Kane Brown‘s self-titled album lands at No. 2, with 19K, followed by Luke CombsThis One’s For You at No. 3 with 13K. Thomas Rhett‘s Life Changes is at No. 4 with 12K, followed by Keith Urban‘s Graffiti U at No. 5 with 11K.

The top country album debut this week was from former American Idol winner Trent Harmon, whose debut BMLG project You Got ‘Em All, debuted at No. 34 with 3.9K.

On the digital country songs rankings, Florida Georgia Line and Bebe Rexha‘s “Meant To Be,” moved 23K this week, for 1.083 million in sales to date.

Kane Brown‘s “Heaven” is at No. 2, with 21K. Jason Aldean takes the third spot with “You Make It Easy” making 14K in sales. Kenny Chesney‘s latest single “Get Along” is at No. 4 with 13K, followed by the debut from Spensha Baker, “Old Soul,” at No. 5 with 13K.

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