Zach Bryan has taken over the country charts this week, claiming two of the top five slots on the country albums chart and three of the top five on the country streaming songs chart, according to Luminate data.
Bryan’s self-titled project tops both the country albums chart and all-genre chart with 200K in total consumption (17K album only/230 million song streams).
Elsewhere on the country albums chart, Morgan Wallen‘s One Thing At A Time moves to No. 2 with 83K (2.8K album only/102 million song streams). Taylor Swift‘s Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) shifts to No. 3 with 41K (13K album only/37 million song streams). Wallen’s Dangerous: The Double Album drops to No. 4 with 40K (509 album only/51 million song streams), and Bryan’s American Heartbreak takes No. 5 with 34K (3K album only/40 million song streams).
Bryan and Kacey Musgraves‘ “I Remember Everything” scores the top slot on the country streaming songs chart with 32 million streams. Additionally, the track enters in the No. 1 position on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs, Hot Rock Songs and Hot Rock & Alternative Songs charts simultaneously—becoming the first tune ever to top all three rankings. It also marks only the second occurrence of a shared Hot 100 and Hot Country Songs No. 1 by a male and female artist together, after Kenny Rogers’ and Dolly Parton’s 1983 hit “Islands In The Stream.”
Elsewhere on country streaming songs chart, Wallen’s “Last Night” remains at No. 2 with 20 million new streams, adding to 858 million ATD. Oliver Anthony‘s “Rich Men North Of Richmond” lands at No. 3 with 19 new million streams, adding to 59 million ATD. Bryan and The War And Treaty‘s “Hey Driver” secures No. 4 with 18 million streams, while Bryan’s “East Side of Sorrow” claims No. 5 with 16 million streams.
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