Luke Combs’s latest album “What You See Is What You Get,” tops the all-genre “Billboard” 200 Album chart, so of course that means he also tops the Top Country Album chart this week.
The album is now Luke’s third Country Album number one, and his sales were helped by a concert ticket/album bundle.
Luke previously topped the Country Album chart with his debut album, “This One’s For You,” which spent 50 weeks at number one, tying Shania Twain’s record for the most weeks on top. He also went to number one with his EP “The Prequel.”
Luke also holds the number one song on the Country Airplay chart with “Even Though I’m Leaving,” making it his record-extending seventh straight career-opening number one.
Elsewhere on the chart…
Dan + Shay’s “10,000 Hours,” featuring Justin Bieber, tops the Hot Country Songs chart for a sixth week.
Thomas Rhett’s “Remember You Young” lands at six on the Hot Country Songs chart this week, his 14th Top Ten hit.
Lady Antebellum’s “What If I Never Get Over You” jumps to seven on the Hot Country Songs chart, their 14th Top Ten hit.
Jon Pardi’s “Heartache Medication” is at seven on the Country Airplay chart, his fifth Top Ten hit.
Dustin Lynch has his sixth Country Airplay Top Ten with “Ridin’ Roads,” which is at 10.