Luke Combs’ new deluxe album, What You See Ain’t Always What You Get, debuts at No. 1 this week on the all-genre Billboard 200 chart with 109K equivalent units sold. It also set the new weekly streaming record for a country album with 102.26 million on-demand streams, breaking his’ own record, which he set last November when he released What You See Is What You Get.
Combs’ new song, “Forever After All,” also made history this week debuting at No. 2 on the all-genre Billboard Hot 100 chart—the highest entrance ever for a male country solo artist.
What You See Ain’t Always What You Get also tops this week’s country albums chart, with Combs’ debut album from 2017, This One’s For You, ranking at No. 2 with 20K. Morgan Wallen‘s If I Know Me lands at No. 3 this week, with 17K, followed by Kane Brown‘s Mixtape Vol. 1 at No. 4, with 11K. Chris Stapleton‘s Traveller rounds out the Top 5 with 11K.
Elsewhere on the chart, The Cadillac Three‘s Tabasco & Sweet Tea debuts at No. 78 with 2.8K in total consumption.
Combs also holds the top two slots on the On-Demand Country Streaming Songs Chart, with “Forever After All” at No. 1 with 26 million streams, followed by “Better Together” at No. 2 with 9.1 million streams. Jason Aldean‘s “Got What I Got” is at No. 3 with 8.5 million streams, while Wallen’s “More Than My Hometown” is at No. 4 with 8.2 million. Gabby Barrett‘s “I Hope” is at No. 5 with 7.5 million streams.
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