Elle King and Miranda Lambert have earned the top country debut this week with “Drunk (And I Don’t Want To Go Home).” The duo earned 4.3 million streams and debut at No. 18 on the country songs chart and No. 146 overall, according to Nielsen.
Luke Combs continues his reign at the top of the country song chart with “Forever After All,” notching another impressive week at 10 million steams. Nelly & Florida Georgia Line also maintain their second spot with “Lil Bit” at 6.9 million streams. Gabby Barrett‘s “The Good Ones” bumps back up to No. 3 with 5.8 million, moving “Nobody” by Dylan Scott down to fourth also with 5.8 million streams. Filling out this week’s top five is Chris Young and Kane Brown‘s “Famous Friends” at 5.4 million streams.
Things have stayed steady this week on the top country albums chart. Morgan Wallen sustains both the No. 1 and No. 4 spots with Dangerous: The Double Album at 50K and If I Know Me at 15K streams. Combs also keeps the second and third spots with What You See Is What You Get and This One’s For You at at 29K and 18K, respectively. Starting Over by Chris Stapleton keeps the No. 5 spot with 13K streams, according to Nielsen.
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