Top 30 Digital Singles Sales Report: November 8, 2016

The pictured Little Big Town benefitted from a massive CMA awards sales bump for "Better Man" and so did virtually everyone else in the rundown this week.

Keith Urban's "Blue Ain't Your Color" remains #1 this week and jumped up the chart more than you could possibly imagie with sales now at 381k and showing no signs of slowing down. The single has major crossover potential too. Little Big Town's "Better Man," also a potential crossover hit, has now sold 73k to date and will likely surpass Keith Urban's single next week (or be neck and neck with it) thanks to the CMA Awards performance (and the fact that Taylor Swift wrote the tune). Kenny Chesney/Pink's "Setting The World On Fire" is certified Gold and has nearly scanned that number while Tim McGraw's "Humble And Kind" jumps back into the T0p 5 thanks to writer Lori McKenna's win with sales now at 950k (it's already certified Platinum). Tim has a second song in the Top 5 as Florida Georgia Line's "May We All" sits at #5 and has scanned 281k to date.

Top 10 Notes

Miranda Lambert's nearly-gold single "Vice" sits at #6 with 422k scanned while Maren Morris' "My Church" returns to the Top 30 thanks to a fantastic CMA Awards performance (786k downloads to date). Thomas Rhett's "Die A Happy Man" also returns to this rundown this week with sales jumping thanks to a Single of the Year win at the CMA Awards. The multi-artist "Forever Country" CMA 50th Anniversary celebration single has now scanned 263k to date while Kelsea Ballerini's "Peter Pan" sits at #10 and has scanned 570k to date.

Notable Track Notes

Carrie Underwood's "Dirty Laundry" sits at #11 while Old Dominion surpasses 200k scanned with their third hit single "Song For Another Time." Brett Young is at 231k while Aaron Gibson and Taylor Ray Holbrook debuting new singles inside the Top 30. Brad Paisley, Thomas Rhett, Chris STapleton and Brothers Osborne also represent well on the chart.


Outside The Top 30 Notes (sale t0tals to date - unless stated differently)

  • At #31: Brantley Gilbert "The Weekend" (83k to date)
  • At #34: Alan Jackson "Remember When" (1.571 m to date)
  • At #37: Jon Langston "All Eyes On Us" (5k debut)
  • At #39: Lauren Alaina "Road Less Traveled" (45k to date)
  • At #40: Keith Whitley "Don't Close Your Eyes" (404k to date)
  • At #42: Chris Stapleton "Whiskey And You" (74k to date)
  • At #43: Eric Church "Record Year" (447k to date)
  • At #48: Miranda Lambert "Keeper To The Flame" (4k debut)
  • At #49: Randy Travis "Forever And Ever Amen (966k to date)
  • At #52: George Strait "Troubadour" (949k to date)
  • At #55: Luke Combs "Hurricane" (92k to date)
  • At #58: High Valley "Make You Mine" (97k to date)
  • At #63: Brothers Osborne "Stay A Little Longer" (607k to date)
  • At #64: Chris Stapleton "Nobody To Blame" (423k to date)
  • At #68: Dolly Parton "Jolene" (733k to date)
  • At #70 Charlie Daniels Band "Devil Went Down To Georgia" (2.297 M to date)
  • At #71: Chris Stapleton "Fire Away" (244k to date)
  • At #79: Cam "Burning House" (1.125 m to date)

Songs falling out of the Top 30 This Week

  • Billy Currington "It Don't Hurt Like It Used To"
  • Blake Shelton "A Guy With A Girl"
  • LOCASH "I Know Somebody"
  • Hillary Scott & The Scott Family "Thy Will"
  • Johnny Cash "Hurt"
  • Kane Brown "You've Got My Number"

Note: Songs falling out of the Top 30 chart can be viewed in new 'falling off" tally section linked below

The Top 30 Digital Country Singles (11/07/2016)*

*Chart Numbers rounded to nearest thousandth.

Place Artist Track Sales Total
1 Keith Urban Blue Ain't Your Color 54,000 381,000
2 Little Big Town Better Man 47,000 73,000
3 K.Chesney/Pink Setting The World On Fire 38,000 496,000
4 Tim McGraw Humbe And Kind 29,000 950,000
5 F.G.L./Tim McGraw May We All 28,000 281,000

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