The same familiar faces take up residency on this week’s top country albums and streaming songs charts.
Most notably, Zach Bryan makes the biggest debut this week with his recently released Summertime Blues. The Warner Records project debuts at No. 7 with 16K in total consumption 2.3K album only/17 million song streams). Bryan’s massive American Heartbreak project also keeps its spot at No. 2 on the top country albums chart with 25K in total consumption. On the songs front, the Oklahoma native’s “Something in the Orange” falls one spot to No. 3, adding 9.9 million streams this week, according to Luminate data.
Luke Combs‘ “The Kind of Love We Make” trades spots with Morgan Wallen‘s “You Proof” this week for the No. 1 position, with the former adding 10.4 million streams and the latter adding 10.3 million. Newcomer Bailey Zimmerman climbs one spot to No. 4 as “Fall In Love” earns 8.2 million streams. Sealing the top five is Cole Swindell‘s “She Had Me at Heads Carolina,” nabbing 8.2 million streams this week.
Wallen continues his reign at the peak of the top country albums chart with Dangerous: The Double Album gaining another 48K in total consumption (866 album only/60 million song streams). Wallen also continues his run at No. 4 as If I Know Me adds 17K. Combs claims the remaining two spots: Growin’ Up at No. 3 with 23K and What You See Is What You Get taking No. 5 with 16K.
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