Weekly Register: Country Albums Chart, On-Demand Streaming Chart Hold Steady

Luke Combs. Photo: Jim Wright

There are no changes this week on the country albums chart Top 5, according to Nielsen Soundscan. Luke Combs‘ What You See Is What You Get continues its stronghold on the chart’s pinnacle with 25K in total activity. Combs also retains the No. 2 spot this week, as his debut album This One’s For You moves 18.3K in total activity.

Blake Shelton‘s Fully Loaded: God’s Country is again at No. 3 with 14K, followed by Morgan Wallen‘s If I Know Me staying at No. 4 with 14K. Chris Stapleton‘s 2015 album Traveller retains the No. 5 slot this week, moving 11K in total activity.

The on-demand country streaming song chart also holds steady in the Top 5, with “10,000 Hours” from Dan + Shay and Justin Bieber remaining at No. 1 (11 million streams), and Maren Morris‘ “The Bones” at No. 2 (8 million streams). Diplo (ft. Julia Michaels and Morgan Wallen) stays at No. 3 (6.89 million), while Old Dominion‘s “One Man Band” is at No. 4 (6.86 million streams), and Gabby Barrett‘s “I Hope” rounds out the Top 5 (6.2 million streams).

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