Weekly Register: Dan + Shay Again Hold Top Two Country Streaming Song Positions

Dan+Shay. Photo: Patrick Tracy

Country Streams

Dan + Shay again hold the top two slots on the Country Digital Song Sales chart and Country On-Demand Streaming Songs charts, according to Nielsen Soundscan. “Speechless” has sold an additional 14K this past week (292K RTD) and streamed an additional 9.8 million (185 million RTD). The duo’s “Tequila” hits the No. 2 spots on the sales and streaming charts, moving 8.4K (518K RTD) and streaming 8.7M (363M RTD).

Debuting this week is Chris Young‘s “Raised on Country,” at No. 48 this week after moving 5.4K units.

Falling in third on the Country Digital Song Sales chart behind Dan + Shay is Luke Combs‘ “Beautiful Crazy” with 8.4K (276K RTD). Jake Owen moves up one slot from last week to No. 4 with “Down to the Honkytonk” (6.5K, 117K RTD), and again Combs bringing it home with an additional 6.4K on “She Got the Best of Me” (329K RTD).

Following up Dan + Shay’s top two holds for Country On-Demand Streaming Songs chart is Combs’ “She Got the Best of Me” with an additional 8.4M this week (186M RTD). Coming in at No. 4 is Mitchell Tenpenny‘s “Drunk Me” with 8.4M (164M RTD) and No. 5 is Combs’ “Beautiful Crazy” with 8.2M (212M RTD).

Albums

Interesting for albums overall, A Boogie wit da Hoodie‘s Hoodie SZN moved only sold 823 albums, but was streamed 83 million times to become the No. 1 album on the Top 200 (Total Activity: 58K). This marks the lowest sales number for a No. 1 album in chart history.

Turning to country albums this week, there is no debut.

Not much changed this week with the Country Albums chart. The sales chart is the exact same as last week with Luke Combs at the top with This One’s For You (25.5K in total activity this week, 27 million song streams), Dan + Shay’s self-titled effort moving 19K at No. 2, Kane Brown’s Experiment moved 13K units at No. 3. And No. 4 is Chris Stapleton’s Traveller (12), followed again by Thomas Rhett’s Life Changes (11K).

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