Brantley Gilbert gains his third aggregate and back to back No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums outline, as Fire and Brimstone makes a big appearance on the Oct. 19-dated count.
The set beginnings with 36,000 proportional collection units (28,000 in collection deals), as indicated by Nielsen Music.
Brantley recently drove the rundown with The Devil Don’t Sleep in 2017 and Just as I Am in 2014.
HUNT TIES BEST BOW Sam Hunt ties his most noteworthy Country Airplay debut, as “Family” enters at No. 18 with 12.9 million impressions. The beginning equivalents the beginning situation of his last single, “Downtown’s Dead,” which appeared at No. 18 in May 2018 (and crested at No. 15 that June).
Family” was discharged at 5:00 p.m. ET on Thursday, Oct. 10, and, along these lines, makes its diagram start with under three and a half long stretches of accessibility, supported by hourly plays on iHeartMedia stations on Oct. 10 and 11.
Hunt tallied six Country Airplay No. 1s in 2014-17.
MORRIS, JANSON JUMP Maren Morris includes her 6th top 10 the gushing , airplay-and deals based Hot Country Songs outline, as “The Bones” limits 20-6. Following the appearance of a remix with artist musician Hozier, the melody sports increases of 399% to 15,000 sold and 60% to 6.9 million U.S. streams. On Country Airplay, it knocks 34-33 (5.6 million, up 7%).
Chris Janson nets his third Hot Country Songs top 10 as “Great Vibes” vaults 13-8. It rises 4-2 on Country Airplay, up 10% to 36.4 million in radio reach, while attracting additions of 19% to 4.7 million U.S. streams and 7% to 2,000 sold.
Brushes, OLD DOMINION’S NEW TOP 10s Luke Combs gathers his seventh Country Airplay top 10, as “Despite the fact that I’m Leaving” lifts 12-8, up 17% to 24.3 million impressions. Brushes is trying to expand on his remarkable dash of having sent his initial six diagrammed singles to No. 1.
In addition, Old Dominion scores its eighth Country Airplay top 10, as “Exclusive Band” rises 13-9 (22.6 million, up 11%). The band flaunts six No. 1s on the review.