Weekly Register: Luke Combs Returns To No. 1

Luke Combs. Photo: Jim Wright

Luke CombsWhat You See Is What You Get returns to the top of the country albums chart, with 27K in total consumption this week, according to Nielsen Soundscan. Combs also lands at No. 2 with This One’s For You earning 21K in total consumption.

Morgan Wallen‘s If I Know Me moves up one spot in the rankings, landing at No. 3 with 20K, while Sam Hunt‘s Southside also moves up one spot to No. 4 from last week, with 16K.

Kenny Chesney‘s latest project Here and Now falls from a No. 1 debut last week to No. 5 this week, with 15K. The album moved 233K in total consumption during its debut week.

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit earns this week’s top country album debut with Reunions, which enters at No. 17 on the country albums chart with 7.1K.

Gabby Barrett continues to top the on-demand country streaming songs chart this week with “I Hope” earning 10 million streams this week. Wallen’s “Chasin’ You” is at No. 2 with 8 million streams, while Wallen is also featured at No. 3 as part of Diplo & Julia Michaels’ “Heartless,” which earned 7.8 million streams. Maren Morris‘ “The Bones” is at No. 4 with 7.6 million streams, while Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani round out this week’s Top 5 with 6.3 million streams with “Nobody But You.”

The top country debut this week is Tim McGraw‘s “I Called Mama,” which enters at No. 85 with 1.8 million streams.

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