Weekly Register: Gabby Barrett’s “I Hope” Continues Streaming Songs Reign, ‘Goldmine’ Debuts In Top 5

Warner Music Nashville’s Gabby Barrett continues to rule the country on-demand streaming songs chart, as “I Hope” brought in 11 million streams this week, according to Nielsen Soundscan. Barrett’s newly-released album Goldmine also enters the country albums chart at No. 4 with 20K in total consumption, making Barrett the first debut female artist to achieve the feat since 2017.

The album has also earned the most first-week debut streams for any country artist in history, with more than 16.1 million on-demand streams since it released June 19.

This week’s Top 5 country on-demand streaming songs include (TW/RTD):

Gabby Barrett, I Hope” (11M/309M)
Maren Morris, “The Bones” (8M/376M)
Sam Hunt, “Hard To Forget” (7.8M/92M)
Diplo & Julia Michaels w/ Morgan Wallen, “Heartless” (7.8M/296M)
Morgan Wallen, “Chasin’ You” (7.6M/219M)

Luke Combs continues at No. 1 on the country albums chart, with What You See Is What You Get moving 24K in total consumption this week.

This week’s Top 5 country albums (total consumption/albums only/song streams) include:

Luke Combs, What You See Is What You Get (24K/2.2K/26M)
Morgan Wallen, If I Know Me (21K/752/24M)
Luke Combs, This One’s For You (21K/1.5K/24M)
Gabby Barrett, Goldmine (20K/6.2K/16M)
Sam Hunt, SOUTHSIDE (16K/1.2K/18M)


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