Morgan Wallen holds the top three tracks on the country on-demand audio streaming chart this week, according to Nielsen. Wallen leads with “Somebody’s Problem” at No. 1 with 14 million streams, followed by “Still Goin’ Down” at No. 2 with 10 million streams, and “More Than My Hometown” at No. 3 with 9.4 million streams. Luke Combs‘ “Forever After All” ranks at No. 4 with 8.8 million streams, while Wallen also takes the No. 5 spot with “7 Summers” earning 7.6 million streams.
Combs continues to lead the country albums chart, with What You See Is What You Get at No. 1 with 41K in total consumption. Last week’s chart leader, Chris Stapleton‘s Starting Over is at No. 2 this week with 37K, followed by Carrie Underwood‘s holiday album My Gift at No. 3 with 35K. Dolly Parton‘s holiday offering, A Holly Dolly Christmas, is at No. 4 with 28K, followed by Wallen’s If I Know Me rounding out the Top 5 country albums this week, with 19K.
Garth Brooks‘ new project FUN is the top debut this week, entering at No. 7 on the country albums chart with 18K in total consumption. Lee Brice‘s Hey World debuts at No. 8 on the country albums chart with 17K.
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