Now in its second week of release, Carrie Underwood‘s Cry Pretty achieved 36K in total activity to keep its reign at No. 1 country (28K in album sales/8.5M in stream activity), now at No. 7 overall. Cry Pretty‘s debut marked the best-selling country album debut of 2018, the biggest country album debut since Aug. 7, 2015 (Luke Bryan’s Kill The Lights) and the biggest female country album debut since Oct. 22, 2012 (Taylor Swift’s Red).
Luke Combs holds steady No. 2 with his album This One’s For You with 23K in total activity (4.4K in album sales/21M in stream activity). Kane Brown‘s self-titled release moves up from No. 5 to No. 3 this week with 13K in total activity (2.9K in album sales/12M in stream activity). Chris Stapleton‘s 2015 debut Traveller reappears in the top 5 this week with 13K in total activity (3.5K in album sales/10M in stream activity) this week to claim the No. 4 slot. The self-titled effort from Dan + Shay slides up again for 12K in total activity this week at No. 5 (1.4K in album sales/13M in stream activity).
After debuting on Sept. 21, Thomas Rhett‘s Life Changes Deluxe earned 10,247 in total activity this week (1K in album sales/11M in stream activity). No. 1 all-genre for the Billboard Top 200 is Brockhampton‘s iridescence, with total activity of 100K.
Turning to single stream activity, Kane Brown‘s “Heaven” again claims No. 1 with 7.9M this week. Dan + Shay‘s “Tequila” holds steady at No. 2 with 6.6M. Chris Stapleton‘s “Tennessee Whiskey” again earns No. 3 with 6.5M this week. Florida Georgia Line’s “Simple” slides up with 5.7M to land at No. 4, while Luke Combs’ “Beautiful Crazy” drops one to No. 5 with 5.7M this week.
Meanwhile, single sales activity this week finds FGL‘s “Simple” again at No. 1 with 9K. Kane Brown‘s “Homesick” reappears on the top 5, moving 8.9K to land at No. 2. Luke Combs‘ “She Got the Best Of Me” again takes No. 3 with 8.7K. Dan + Shay “Speechless” moves up to 8.3K at No. 4 while at the same time Stapleton’s “Tennessee Whiskey” moves in to No. 5 with 7K this week.
Billy Currington‘s “Bring It On Over” is the top debut this week at No. 21 with 3.8K, No. 90 overall.
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