On this week’s country albums chart, Sturgill Simpson‘s latest project, Cuttin’ Grass Vol. 1—The Butcher Shoppe Sessions (High Top Mountain Records) is the top debut, entering the chart at No. 2 with 20K in total consumption, according to Nielsen.
River House/Columbia Nashville artist Luke Combs‘s juggernaut What You See Is What You Get remains at No. 1 with 22K in total consumption, while Combs’s debut album This One’s For You sits at No. 3 with 19K. Big Loud artist Morgan Wallen‘s If I Know Me follows at No. 4 with 18K, while Kane Brown‘s Mixtape Vol. 1 (RCA Nashville) rounds out the Top 5 with 12K.
Other debuts this week include MCA’s Parker McCollum, who enters the chart at No. 10 with Hollywood Gold (8.9K in total consumption). Matt Stell‘s Better Than That EP, via RECORDS/Arista Nashville, enters at No. 61 with 3.7k in total consumption.
This weeks’ top country on-demand streaming song is Broken Bow artist Jason Aldean‘s “Got What I Got” with 8 million streams this week. Lee Brice‘s “One Of Them Girls” (Curb) is at No. 2 with 7.8 million streams, followed by Gabby Barrett‘s “I Hope” (Warner Music Nashville) with 7.7 million. Wallen takes the two final spots in the Top 5 this week, with “More Than My Name” at No. 4 with 6.1 million and “7 Summers” at No. 5 with 6.1 million streams.
Brice also has this week’s top country on-demand streaming songs debut with “Memory I Don’t Mess With” debuting at No. 75 with 1.8 million streams.
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