Carrie Underwood leads this week’s country albums chart with her holiday project My Gift debuting at No. 1 with 43K in total consumption, according to Nielsen. Luke Combs‘s What You See Is What You Get remains glued to the upper echelons of the albums chart, landing at No. 2 this week with 23K. Morgan Wallen‘s If I Know Me is at No. 3 with 19K, followed by Combs’s This One’s For You at No. 4 with 19K. Kane Brown‘s Mixtape Vol. 1 rounds out the Top 5 with 14K.
Other debuts this week include Wheelhouse/BBR artist Granger Smith‘s Country Things-Vol. 1, which debuts at No. 25 on the country albums chart with 5.9K in total consumption.
Meanwhile, Gabby Barrett‘s “I Hope” leads at No. 1 on the country on-demand audio streaming chart, with 8 million streams this week. Lee Brice‘s current two-week country radio No. 1, “One Of Them Girls,” is at No. 2 with 7.2 million streams this week. Wallen takes the No. 4 and No. 5 spots, with “7 Summers” earning 6.7 million streams to land at No. 4, while “Chasin’ You” is at No. 5 with 5.8 million streams.
The top country debut this week comes from Chris Stapleton with “Cold” landing at No. 101 and streaming 1.7 million this week.
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