Country Music's Top 30 Digital Singles: Week of February 19, 2015

Sam Hunt leads, Jana Kramer debuts in the Top 20 of this week's look at the top-selling digital singles in country music.

At #1 on Country Music's Top 30 Digital Singles: Week of February 19, 2015 chart is Sam Hunt's "Take Your Time" a song which has now sold over 438k to date while Miranda Lambert's "Little Red Wagon" sits at #2 with a 104% sales increase thanks to the Grammy Awards performance of the track. It has now sold 103k to date. Thomas Rhett's "Make Me Wanna" moves to #3 with sales of 28k to bring totals for the single over 459k while Blake Shelton and Ashley Monroe's "Lonely Tonight" sits at #4 with sales now at 398k to date. Zac Brown Band's month old "Homegrown" sits at #5 with sales now at 170k to date. It has yet to fall out of the Top 10 in any week on this chart.

Top 10 Notes

Luke Bryan's "I See You" sits at #6 with sales approaching Gold while Florida Georgia Line's "Sun Daze" is at #7 this week with sales now at 494k to date (it's #1 on the radio airplay chart). Cole Swindell's third single from his self-titled debut, "Ain't Worth The Whiskey," is at #8 with sales now at 339k. Lee Brice's "Drinking Class" is also close to Gold status with 484k fans now owning the second single from I Don't DanceJason Aldean's  "Burnin' It Down" is at #10 with sales now over 1.5 million strong. Not bad for a "risky" single choice.

Notable Track Notes

While it's struggling to stay afloat on the charts, Little Big Town's "Girl Crush" continues to do well on the Country Music's Top 30 Digital Singles: Week of February 19, 2015 chart, the same which can be said for fellow struggling "What We Ain't Got" from Jake Owen. Meanwhile Jana Kramer debuts in the Top 20 with "I Got The Boy," her latest single. It sold 16k this past week. Chris Young's "Lonely Eyes" and Randy Houser's "Like A Cowboy" both have surpassed the 300k sales figure while Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's "Fishin' In The Dark" benefits from an iTunes "love song" sale to finally surpass 1,000,000 downloads (or Platinum for those playing at home) with the iconic 1980s hit single. Sam Hunt's "Leave The Night On" should cross Platinum next week with sales now at 992k while RaeLynn is only 28k away from her first Gold single with "God Made Girls." Finally, Thomas Rhett's "When I Was Your Man" slides from #2 to #30 in its second week on the charts with sales now at 38k to date.

Outside The Top 30 Notes

  • Kristian Bush "Trailer Hitch" at #31 with 95k scanned to date
  • Kelsea Ballerini  "Love Me Like You Mean It" at #34 with sales of 68k to date (a gain of 43%)
  • Keith Urban/Eric Church "Raise 'Em Up" at #37 with 57k scanned to date
  • Sam Hunt "Break Up In A Small Town" at #38 with 263k scanned to date (for a non single)
  • Brandy Clark at #49 with "Hold My Hand" sales up again for second week post-Grammy's. Total: 14k
  • Eric Church "Like A Wrecking Ball" at #66 with sales of 62k to date
  • Old Dominion "Break Up With Him" at #72 with sales of 62k to date
  • Keith Whitley "When You Say Nothing At All" at #74 with sales of 599k to date
  • Zac Brown Band "Highway 20 Ride" at #93 with 1,058,000 sold to date
  • Brett Eldredge "Don't Ya" at #94 with 1,039,000 sold to date

Songs falling out of the Top 30 This Week

  • Carrie Underwood "Little Toy Guns"
  • Kip Moore "I'm To Blame."

New singles that may debut next week

  • Tracks from "Nashville" series.

The Top 30 Digital Country Singles (2/18/2015)*

*Chart Numbers rounded to nearest thousandth.

Place Artist Track Sales Total
1 Sam Hunt Take Your Time 52,000 438,000
2 Miranda Lambert Little Red Wagon 31,000 103,000
3 Thomas Rhett Make Me Wanna 28,000 459,000
4 B.Shelton/A. Monroe Lonely Tonight 27,000 398,000
5 Zac Brown Band Homegrown 26,000 170,000

Click To View Entire Top 30 Digital Single Sales Chart


  • Brian Cole

    Also, the Zac Brown Band's "Chicken Fried" has sold over four million downloads, which means it should be certified quadruple platinum. The song passed that very impressive threshold many months ago. So far the song has only been certified as double platinum.

    • Matt Bjorke

      That has to be requested by the labels/management. RIAA doesn't certify until then. It'd really be up to Zac's team to do it.

  • Brian Cole

    I think the Zac Brown Band's "Highway 20 Ride" situation of selling over a million digital downloads but not yet going Platinum is the record label delaying the updated certification. Luke Bryan has two songs off of "Crash My Party" either under-certified or not certified at all. "Play It Again" passed the two-million mark in digital downloads several weeks ago, but so far the song is still only certified as Platinum instead of Double Platinum. Meanwhile, "Roller Coaster" has sold over 600,000 downloads, but has yet to receive a Gold certification. I think Bryan's label may be waiting for "I See You," currently at 421,000, to go Gold so all three songs can be properly certified at the same time.

  • Jacob Sudduth

    Why doesn't Highway 20 Ride go platinum on RIAA's site, even though it's sold a million?