Weekly Register: Carrie Underwood Debuts, Luke Combs And Kane Brown Hold Tight

Clockwise from top L: Kane Brown, Carrie Underwood, Luke Combs

For the first week of September, there were no country debuts in the top 10 of the album sales charts, according to Nielsen Soundscan. However, the Roger Miller tribute album, King Of The Road, moved 2.7K to land at No. 75 from BMG, featuring the likes of Kacey Musgraves, Brad Paisley, Ronnie Dunn, Loretta Lynn, Eric Church, Ringo Starr, Dolly Parton and many more.

For the top five country albums charts this week, the top two slots stay steady. Luke Combs‘ This One’s For You holds tight at No. 1, with 24K in total consumption (4.6K album only) while Jason Aldean‘s Rearview Town claims the No. 2 spot with 14K in total consumption (5K album only). Dan +Shay move up one slot to No. 3 with their self-titled debut effort at 13K in total consumption (1.7K album only). Kane Brown also moves up a slot to No. 4 with his self-titled effort moving 12.5K in total consumption (2.7K in album only). Rounding out the top 5 is Chris Stapleton‘s Traveller, with 12K in total consumption (3.1K in album only).

For on-demand single streams this week, Kane Brown again holds tight at No. 1 with “Heaven” with 8.7 million streams (379 million YTD). No. 2 again this week is Dan + Shay‘s “Tequila” with 7.2 million streams (236 million YTD), followed again by Brett Young‘s “Mercy” with 6.5 million streams (170 YTD). Chris Stapleton‘s “Tennessee Whiskey” holds tight at No. 4 with 6.5 million (520YTD), followed this week by Luke Combs‘ “Beautiful Crazy” at 5.8 million streams (106 million YTD).

For single sales, Carrie Underwood comes in at No. 1 country (No. 16 overall) with “Love Wins” moving 12.5K. Florida Georgia Line slides to No. 2 this week with “Sittin’ Pretty” having moved 12K (268K YTD). Again at No. 3 is Jason Aldean ft. Miranda Lambert‘s single “Drowns The Whiskey,” moving 9.4K units (192K YTD). Dan + Shay swap spots with Brett Young this week at No. 4 and No. 5, with 8.5K (393K YTD) and 8.1K (393K), respectively.


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