Weekly Register: Dierks Bentley Debuts At No. 1 With ‘The Mountain’

Dierks Bentley reaches the summit of this week’s country albums chart with his latest effort, The Mountain. The album moved 102K units in its first week (and reaching No. 3 on the overall albums chart), according to Nielsen Soundscan.

Reunited duo Sugarland also released its latest album this past week. Bigger debuts at No. 2, with 30K in total consumption. Rounding out this week’s top 5 country albums are Luke CombsThis One’s For You at No. 3 with 29K, Jason Aldean‘s Rearview Town at No. 4 with 19K, and Kane Brown‘s self-titled album at No. 5, with 17K.

Brown tops this week’s top 5 country digital songs sales, with his latest “Lose It” at No. 1 with 22K. Florida Georgia Line‘s “Simple” is at No. 2 with 20K, followed by the duo’s smash hit with Bebe Rexha, “Meant To Be,” with 19K (and more than 1.1 million to date). Dan+Shay‘s “Tequila” is at No. 4 with 18K.

Brown rounds out the Top 5 with his most recent No. 1 track, “Heaven,” moving 15K in digital sales. The song has been certified gold by the RIAA.

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