It’s a third week at the top of the charts for “Good Girl” Carrie Underwood while Both Lee Brice and Jake Owen’s latest singles have crossed the Gold sales mark.
She may have sold ‘only’ 66,000 copies of “Good Girl” but it was still enough for Carrie Underwood to claim the top-selling single once again. She was followed on the chart once again this week by “Over You” from Miranda Lambert.
Kip Moore Breaks into Top 5 with “Somethin’ ‘Bout A Truck” single
Break-out single “A Woman Like You” from Lee Brice crossed the Gold sales threshold this week while also breaking inside the Top 10 at country radio as well. All signs point to this song becoming the first #1 for Lee Brice as a single (“Love Like Crazy” was #1 for 2010 but never hit the top slot of the radio charts as a single itself). Kip Moore, who releases his debut album Up All Night on April 24 but his Top 20 single Somethin’ Bout A Truck” is now Top 5 on the digital singles chart and looking like a shoo-in to hit Gold right around the time the album is released. Rounding out the Top 5 is the nearly 700,000 sold Safe And Sound from Taylor Swift and The Civil Wars.
“Springsteen” Looks Like Another Digital Winner For Eric Church
Luke Bryan’s “I Don’t Want This Night To End” continues its slow slide down the charts but remains at #6 this week. Eric Church breaks into the Top 10 with the third hit single from Chief this week as “Springsteen” hits #7 and looks to be rising into the Top 5 and above in a quick way (it gained 11,000 copies over last week). The single has now sold nearly 140,000 copies. Toby Keith’s viral hit “Red Solo Cup” will pass the 1.6 million mark next week while Jake Owen’s “Alone With You” hits the Gold sales mark this week and now has sold 516,000 copies. Rounding out the Top 10 is Blake Shelton’s latest single, “Drink On It.” Blake’s now sold 215,000 copies of this single and will likely end up with yet another gold single when the single ends its run up the charts.
Luke Bryan has Four Singles Inside Country Top 20 This Week
Luke Bryan is undoubtedly one of the top stars in country music right now with two albums in the Top 5 and four singles inside the Top 20 this week. The previously mentioned “I Don’t Want This Night To End” sits at #6, current single “Drunk On You” rises to #14 this week while this week’s TOP NEW SINGLE is “Suntan City,” the title track to the fourth Spring Break EP is at 19. The #20 single and fourth Luke Bryan track on this week’s chart is “Country Girl (Shake It For Me) which has sold over 1.73 million tracks. Tim McGraw’s latest hit is doing well at #15 while Blake Shelton sits at #17 with nearly 1.5 million seller “God Gave Me You.”
“Even If It Breaks Your Heart” and “He’s Mine” Risers of the Week
Eli Young Band’s latest hit, “Even If It Breaks Your Heart” breaks the 100,000 sold mark this week with 19,000 more singles finding fans and that was enough for the song to rise seven slots and into the Top 20. The other riser this week is Rodney Atkins’ “He’s Mine” which makes its first appearance in the Top 30. Other notable singles this week is Scotty McCreery’s 606,000 seller “The Trouble With Girls,” while Rascal Flatts’ “Banjo” has sold 85,000 singles in 4 weeks on the chart. Scotty’s other new song on the chart with 9,000 copies sold is “Please Remember Me,” the 2010 Idol winner’s ‘goodbye song’ recorded for the season. Big and Rich’s “Save A Horse (Ride A Cowboy)” re-enters the chart at 48 this week with 8,500 singles sold. The single has now sold 1.85 million singles. Love and Theft’s “Angel Eyes” nearly doubled its sales # this week and now has sold 37,000 singles while Big & Rich’s “Fake ID” also rises up the chart with a 545% sales increase and has now sold 100,000 copies. Blake shelton’s less than 50,000 copies away from getting a Gold sales certificate for “Ol’ Red,” a similar thing which can be said about Miranda Lambert and “Baggage Claim.” Luke Bryan’s other debut this week is “Shake The Sand” and finally, we see “You Belong With Me” cross the 4x Platinum plateau this week for Taylor Swift.
|Last Week||This Week||Artist||Song Title||TW||LW||Total|
|1||1||Carrie Underwood||Good Girl||66,000||119,000||293,000|
|2||2||Miranda Lambert||Over You||47,000||51,000||327,000|
|3||3||Lee Brice||A Woman Like You||44,000||45,000||531,000|
|7||4||Kip Moore||Somethin' 'Bout A Truck||41,000||39,000||298,000|
|4||5||Taylor Swift/Civil Wars||Safe and Sound||38,000||42,000||694,000|
|6||6||Luke Bryan||I Don't Want This Night To End||37,000||41,000||1,372,000|
|5||8||Toby Keith||Red Solo Cup||35,000||41,000||1,571,000|
|10||9||Jake Owen||Alone With You||33,000||34,000||516,000|
|8||10||Blake Shelton||Drink On It||32,000||35,000||215,000|
|12||12||Jason Aldean||Fly Over States||30,000||26,000||141,000|
|11||13||Lady Antebellum||Dancing Away With My Heart||28,000||32,000||288,000|
|18||14||Luke Bryan||Drunk On You||26,000||20,000||194,000|
|15||15||Tim McGraw||Better Than I Used To Be||23,000||24,000||262,000|
|14||16||Brantley Gilbert||You Don't Know Her Like I Do||23,000||24,000||276,000|
|16||17||Blake Shelton||God Gave Me You||20,000||22,000||1,463,000|
|25||18||Eli Young Band||Even If It Breaks Your Heart||19,000||16,000||112,000|
|NEW||19||Luke Bryan||Suntan City||19,000||
|20||20||Luke Bryan||Country Girl (Shake It For Me)||19,000||19,000||1,735,000|
|17||21||The Band Perry||If I Die Young||18,000||21,000||3,991,000|
|19||22||Scotty McCreery||The Trouble With Girls||17,000||19,000||606,000|
|22||23||Jason Aldean||Dirt Road Anthem||17,000||18,000||2,864,000|
|23||26||Lady Antebellum||Just A Kiss||15,000||17,000||2,317,000|
|33||27||Rodney Atkins||He's Mine||14,000||14,000||124,000|
|29||29||Keith Urban||You Gonna Fly||14,000||15,000||189,000|
Next week, check back and see where the songs play out on this chart and if the latest Lionel Richie and Rascal Flatts singles can break through on the chart.