The deluxe version of Luke Combs‘ This One’s For You, which includes five new and/or additional songs, is at No. 1 this week on the country albums charts, with 55K in total consumption, according to Nielsen Soundscan.
Jason Aldean‘s Rearview Town is at No. 2 this week, with 34K, followed by Kane Brown‘s self-titled debut at No. 3 with 18K. Thomas Rhett‘s Life Changes is at No. 4 with 11K.
The top debut this week is Michael Ray‘s Amos, which moved 10.5K to land at No. 5.
On the heels of their record-breaking collaboration with Bebe Rexha, “Meant To Be,” Florida Georgia Line‘s successor “Simple” is at the top of the country digital song sales chart this week, moving 34K. Meanwhile, “Meant To Be” holds the No. 3 spot, with 20K, bringing the smash hit to 1.124 million in digital sales to date.
This week’s album chart-topper Combs has two debuts this week on the country digital sales chart. At No. 2 is “Must’ve Never Met You,” which moved 27K this week. “Houston We Gota Problem” is at No. 4, with 20K.
Dan+Shay‘s “Tequila” rounds out the top 5 with 17K.
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