Weekly Register: Luke Combs, Kane Brown, Dan+Shay Continue To Top Country Charts

Country Albums Sales

Luke Combs

Luke Combs continues his lead in country album sales this week, with This One’s For You moving 21K in total consumption (3.5K albums only), according to Nielsen Soundscan. Josh Turner debuts at No. 2 with his faith-based I Serve A Savior moving 15K in total consumption (14K album only).

Dan+Shay land at No. 3 with their self-titled album moving 13K (1.3K album only), while Chris Stapleton‘s Traveller is at No. 4 with 12K (3K album only). Kane Brown‘s self-titled album is at No. 5 with 10.5K (1.8K album only) as he preps his Nov. 9 sophomore release.

Country Streaming Chart

Kane Brown. Photo: Apple Music

Kane Brown continues to hold the top spot with “Heaven,” which streamed over 7.2 million this week, and now has over 443 million streams to date. Chris Stapleton‘s “Tennessee Whiskey” is at No. 2, with 7.1 million streams this week (nearly 575 million to date). Dan+Shay‘s “Speechless” is at No. 3 with 6.8 million streams this week (106 million to date). The duo’s “Tequila” is at No. 4 with 6.5 million streams this week, and 291 million to date. Combs rounds out the Top 5 this week with “She Got The Best Of Me,” with 5.8 million streams this week and 120 million streams to date.

Country Song Sales Chart

Dan+Shay. Photo: Patrick Tracy

Dan+Shay‘s “Speechless” is at No. 1 this week, with 10K (159K to date), followed by Luke Combs‘ “She Got The Best Of Me” at No. 2 with 7.5K. Jimmie Allen‘s “Best Shot” is at No. 3 with 6.7K, followed by Mitchell Tenpenny‘s “Drunk Me” at No. 4 with 6.5K. Stapleton’s version of “Tennessee Whiskey” follows at No. 5 with 5.5K, and 1.693 million in sales to date.

Cody Johnson has the top debut this week, with “Dear Rodeo” coming in at No. 11 country, with 4.2K.

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