Just like the broken record of Florida Georgia Line that was, Luke
Bryan’s ‘That’s My Kind of Night’ is becoming a mainstay of the country
charts. At #1 on Hot Country Songs and Country Digital Songs once more, it
moves up to #2 on Country Airplay this week, surely set to take the top spot
next week. In addition, his album ‘Crash My Party’ has fallen to #3. Meanwhile,
Thomas Rhett’s ‘It Goes Like This’
takes the radio #1, while it sits at #2 on Hot Country Songs and Country
Digital Songs, in advance of the release of his debut album next week. Blake Shelton’s ‘Mine Would Be You’
moves up to #3 on Hot Country Songs and #4 across Country Airplay and Country
Digital Songs, but ‘Based On A True Story…’ falls to #11 on Top Country Albums,
the first time it’s been out of the top 10 since its release in March.
Chris Young’s ‘Aw
Naw’ is moving up the ranks, with a #5 spot on Country Airplay, #4 on Hot
Country Songs and #15 on Country Digital Songs. ‘A.M.’, however, has dropped to
#12 on Top Country Albums. Scotty
McCreery’s ‘See You Tonight’ tops the chart with over 40,000 copies sold in
its first week, while the single of the same name has jumped an astonishing 19
places to #18 on Country Digital Songs, while it’s at #30 on Country Airplay
but doesn’t impact the top 25 of Hot Country Songs (it’s pretty impressive to
get the #1 album with those stats!).
Jason Aldean’s ‘Night Train’ has dropped to #5 on Hot Country Songs, #8 on
Country Airplay and #7 on Country Digital Songs, while the album of the same
name moves back up to #10.
Tim McGraw is
reclaiming his chart success of previous months, his latest hit ‘Southern Girl’
taking #3 on Country Airplay, #6 on Hot Country Songs but number #21 on Country
Digital Songs, fairly closely flanked by Keith
Urban’s ‘We Were Us’ (featuring Miranda
Lambert), which has gained 3 places to #8 on Hot Country Songs this week.
It is also at #6 on Country Digital Songs and #9 on Country Airplay. Florida Georgia Line’s ‘Cruise’ has
dropped a place to #7 on Hot Country Songs and #9 on Country Digital Songs,
with their current single ‘Stay’ just above at #8 on the same chart, occupying
#26 on Country Airplay and #21 on Hot Country Songs, with ‘Here’s To The Good
Times’ down to #6 on Top Country Albums.
Another track coming up like a dark horse is David Nail’s ‘Whatever She’s Got’. The
track is currently sitting at #5 on Country Digital Songs, #18 on Hot Country
Songs and #22 on Country Airplay. Billy
Currington’s ‘Hey Girl’, by contrast, is on its way down the charts,
picking up #9 on Hot Country Songs, #7 on Country Airplay and #19 on Country
Digital Songs. Lee Brice’s ‘Parking
Lot Party’ is up to #6 on Country Airplay this week, and at #12 on Hot Country
Songs, while Joe Nichols’ ‘Sunny and
75’ makes #10 on Country Airplay, #11 on Hot Country Songs and #14 on Country
New releases include Willie
Nelson’s ‘To All The Girls…’, coming in at #2 on Top Country Albums, Chase Rice’s ‘Ready Set Roll (EP)’, at
#4 on the same chart and Will Hoge’s
‘Never Give In’, at #23 also on Top Country Albums. In addition, Bubba Sparxxx just makes the chart at
#40 with ‘Pain Management’, while on Country Digital Songs Lennon & Maisy Stella’s track from ABC’s ‘Nashville’, ‘A Life
That’s Good’ (co-written by Ashley
Monroe), has hit #12 after its feature on last week’s episode. Honorable
mentions go to Tyler Farr, Cassadee Pope, Eli Young Band, Taylor Swift,
Parmalee and Jake Owen.
That’s it for this week, come back next Thursday for another
Billboard chart roundup!