Jason Aldean makes the biggest country album debut this week with the release of the second part of his tenth studio album, Georgia. The project debuts at No. 2 on the country charts and No. 8 overall with 26K in total consumption (13K album only/15 million streams), according to Luminate data.
Elsewhere on the albums chart, Morgan Wallen continues to dominate at No. 1 with Dangerous: The Double Album gaining 51K in total consumption (1.5K album only/6 million streams). Luke Combs takes up third as What You See Is What You Get adds 19K in total consumption, and fourth with This One’s For You earning 18K. Taylor Swift‘s Red (Taylor’s Version) claims the fifth spot with 17K in total consumption.
On the songs front, Wallen maintains his spot at the top as his newest release, “Don’t Think Jesus,” adds another 9.3 million streams, contributing to a total of 26 million streams RTD since its April 15 release. Wallen also nabs the third spot as “Wasted On You” gains 7.2 million streams. Zach Bryan debuts at No. 2 with “Something In The Orange,” racking up 8.4 million first-week stream, while Walker Hayes‘ “AA” drops down on to fourth with 6.8 million streams. Combs’ rounds out the top five as “Doin’ This” adds 6.7 million streams, according to Luminate data.