Weekly Register: Luke Combs Returns To No. 1

Luke Combs. Photo (c) 2019 David Bergman for Sony Records Nashville.

Luke Combs‘ album What You See Is What You Get returns to No. 1 this week on the country albums rankings, with 27K (total consumption), according to Nielsen Soundscan.

Morgan Wallen‘s If I Know Me is at No. 2 with 22K, followed by Combs’ This One’s For You at No. 3 with 21K. Sam Hunt‘s Southside is at No. 4 with 16K. Florida Georgia Line‘s 6-Pack EP is the week’s top debut, entering at No. 5 with 14K.

Other debuts this week include Jordan Davis‘ self-titled EP at No. 16 with 8.1K, Steve Earle & the DukesGhosts of West Virginia at No. 44 with 5K, and Craig Morgan‘s latest project God, Family, Country debuting at No. 69 with 3.8K.

Gabby Barrett continues to dominate the Country On-Demand Streaming Sales chart, as “I Hope” gains 11 million streams this week.

Wallen appears on the No. 2 and No. 3 spots, with “Chasin’ You” earning 8.9 million streams and “Heartless” from Diplo ft. Julia Michaels and Wallen earning 8.4 million streams. Maren Morris‘ “The Bones” is at No. 4 with 7.6 million streams, while Luke Combs (ft. Eric Church)’s “Does To Me” rounds out the Top 5 with 7 million streams.

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