Cole Swindell makes big waves this week with the release of his fourth studio album Stereotype. The Warner Music Nashville release sees the multi-Platinum entertainer debuting at No. 6 on the top country albums chart and No. 48 overall with 16K in total consumption (5.3K album only/12 million streams), according to Luminate data.
Swindell also jumps into the top five country streaming songs with “Never Say Never,” his fiery duet featuring Lainey Wilson, gaining 5.8 million streams. At the No. 5 spot this week, the single has racked up 70 million streams since its November release.
Elsewhere on the top country streaming songs chart, Morgan Wallen takes the No. 1 spot with “Wasted On You” adding 6.3 million streams. Walker Hayes‘ “AA” follows close behind in second, earning 6.2 million streams, while Cody Johnson‘s “Til You Can’t” rises up to No. 3 with 6.2 million streams. Luke Combs fills the fourth spot as “Doin’ This” adds 6 million streams this week.
On the albums front, Wallen also taps the top spot as Dangerous: The Double Album continues its reign at No. 1. The record-setting project adds 47K in total consumption (1.4K album only/57 million song streams). Combs claims No. 2 with What You See Is What You Get earning 18K in total consumption, as well as No. 4 with This One’s For You gaining 17K. Taylor Swift takes the third position as Red (Taylor’s Version) adds 17K in total consumption. Chris Stapleton rounds out the top five with Starting Over gaining 16K.
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