Outside of the new song at #5 (more on that in a moment), the top 5 is unchanged from last week. The songs in the first through fifth slots remain in the same places though sales for some of them increased week over week, particularly the first place song, Thomas Rhett's "Die A Happy Man." The song gained 10k in downloads over last week. At #2 is Luke Bryan's "Strip It Down." It's roughly one week away from scanning Gold, the same which can be said for Cam's "Burning House," a song already certified Gold by the RIAA (last week). Speaking of Gold, Sam Hunt's "Break Up In A Small Town" is at #4 with 508k scanned (it was certified Gold this summer). Sitting at #5 is the lone newbie this week, Carrie Underwood's "Heartbeat." The single has scanned 23k thus far. It's from her album out friday, Storyteller.
Top 10 Notes
At #6 is Old Dominion with their nearly-Gold single "Break Up With Him" The single is off of their soon to hit stores album Meat And Candy. Holding at #7 is Carrie Underwood's "Smoke Break." The single has now surpassed 202k downloads to date. At #8 is Chris Young's Gold-certified "I'm Comin' Over." The song has scanned 440k to date. #9 finds Chris Janson's breakout hit "Buy Me A Boat." The single has scanned 758k to date. Finally, Keith Urban's Gold "John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16" is at #10 with 543k to date scanned.
Notable Track Notes
Brett Eldredge's "Lose My Mind" has scanned 391k to date, Jana Kramer's "I Got The Boy" is over 311k scanned while Brothers Osborne are nearly at a quarter of a million downloads for their hit "Stay A Little Longer." The only other newcomer on this chart this week is LOCASH with "I Love This Life" finally hitting the Top 30 download chart (as their single breaks even further in the Top 30 itself at radio).
Outside The Top 30 Notes
- Charles Kelley "The Driver" moves up to # 31 2ith 13k scanned to date.
- Lee Brice is at #32 with "That Don't Sound Like You" having scanned 85k to date.
- At #34, Lee Ann Womack's "I Hope You Dance" has now scanned 1.999 million copies to date with a 209% increase over last week. It's safe to say it's now Double Platinum in digital downloads
- Speaking of Platinum news, Brad Paisley/Dolly Parton's "When I Get To Where I'm Going" as scanned 1.021 million downloads to date and is up 444% this week and lands at #35 this week
- At #36 is Deana Carter's "Strawberry Wine" with sales now at 870k to date
- At #40 is Luke Bryan's "Country Girl (Shake It For Me). It has now scanned 3.417 million downloads
- At #41 and up 20% is Dierks Bentley's "Riser" with 98k scanned to date
- At #43 is Rascal Flatts "My Wish" with 2.846 million downloads to date
- At #44 is Kane Brown's "Closer," up 159% with sales of 10k to date (he's independent)
- At #65 is Lady Antebellum's "Need You Now." It has scanned 6.58 million tracks to date.
- Tim McGraw's "Damn Country Music" debuts at #73 (it's likely to be higher next week) with 3k scanned
- At #74 is The Band Perry with "If I Die Young" having now scanned over 5 million tracks
- At #86 is Kane Brown "It Turns Me On" having scanned 2.5k last week, not far off of the track's 5.9k total to date
Songs falling out of the Top 30 This Week
Note: Songs falling out of the Top 30 chart can be viewed in new 'falling off" tally section linked below.
- George Strait "Cold Beer Conversation"
- Josh Abbott Band "Amnesia"
The Top 30 Digital Country Singles (10/19/2015)*
*Chart Numbers rounded to nearest thousandth.
|1||Thomas Rhett||Die A Happy Man||49,000||161,000|
|2||Luke Bryan||Strip It Down||39,000||463,000|
|4||Sam Hunt||Break Up In A Small Town||26,000||508,000|