Carrie Underwood’s ‘Denim & Rhinestones’ Debuts on Top Country Albums – Billboard

Carrie Underwood Jeans & Rhinestones debuts at No. 2 on Billboard‘s Top Country Albums Chart dated June 25, marking his 10th top 10 in as many visits. Released on June 10, the set grossed 31,000 equivalent album units, with 22,000 album sales, in the week ending June 16, according to Luminate.

The collection simultaneously begins at No. 4 on the best-selling albums and at No. 10 on the Billboard 200, also awarding Underwood his 10th top 10 on each all-genre count.

The LP, co-produced by Underwood and David Garcia, features 12 tracks, 11 of which she co-wrote. It follows the spiritual set of Underwood My saviour, which entered the Top Country Albums apex in April 2021, becoming his ninth career-opening No. 1 debut album. The latter simultaneously bowed to No. 1 on the top Christian albums, becoming its second leader.

The 2005 american idol champion began his Top Country Albums story when his debut LP, some heartslaunched to the top in December 2005, starting a 27-week order.

In the Hot Country Songs survey based on airplay, streaming and sales, the lead single from the new effort “Ghost Story” climbs 15 to 12 for a new all-time high, gaining 15% to 6.1 million. flows in the United States. On Country Airplay, the track is pushing 19-16, also for a new record, up 8% to 8.8 million impressions.

Underwood is set to kick off her Denim & Rhinestones Tour on October 15 in Greenville, South Carolina, with special guest Jimmie Allen. The 43-city trek is scheduled to end March 17, 2023 in Seattle.

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“Rock” is coming

Bailey Zimmerman’s “Rock and a Hard Place” joins Hot Country Songs at No. 2. It marks the fourth-best premiere of 2022, following Morgan Wallen’s three No. 1 finishes: “You Proof” (May 28), “Thought You Should Know” (May 21) and “Don’t Think About Jesus” (April 30). Zimmerman adds his second top 10, after “Fall in Love” reached No. 9 on the June 11-18 charts.

“Rock,” which Zimmerman previewed on TikTok, where he has 1.1 million subscribers, ahead of its official June 10 release, zooms to Country Streaming Songs (11.1 million streams) and Country Digital Song Sales (11,000 sold). It marks Zimmerman’s first No. 1 on each list, after “Fall” reached No. 4 and No. 7 on the chart in June and February, respectively.

Simultaneously, “Fall”, now promoted on radio, enters Country Airplay at No. 54 (682,000).

New Top 10

Kane Brown earns his ninth Country Airplay Top 10 as “Like I Love Country Music” climbs 13-9 (15.7 million, up 16%). As the song hits the top 10 on the chart in its seventh week, it completes the fastest sprint to the level since Jason Aldean and Carrie Underwood’s “If I Didn’t Love You” also only needed seven. images to reach the region last September, ahead of its three-week reign from October.

“Country” follows “One Mississippi,” which became Brown’s seventh Country Airplay leader in March.

Additionally, Maren Morris adds her eighth Country Airplay top 10 as “Circles Around This Town” climbs 11-10 (14.8 million, up 6%).

‘Love story

Luke Combs achieves his second-highest Country Airplay debut as “The Kind of Love We Make” enters No. 18 (8.8 million) in its first three days of availability. Released on June 17, it aired hourly that day on participating iHeartMedia stations.

Combs made his highest chart entry with “Beer Never Broke My Heart,” which started at No. 15 in May 2019 before reigning for two weeks in August, marking his eighth of 14 consecutive career-opening singles. No. 1 he recorded. through “Doin’ This” (May 21).

Toya J. Bell