Post Malone and Blake Shelton Hit High on Country Streaming Songs Chart

by Barbara

Post Malone and Blake Shelton’s collaboration “Pour Me A Drink” makes an impressive debut on this week’s country streaming songs chart, claiming the No. 4 spot with 18 million streams, as reported by Luminate data.

Leading the chart based on audio streams is Post Malone and Morgan Wallen’s “I Had Some Help,” maintaining its stronghold at No. 1 with 33.5 million new streams, contributing to a total of 327 million ATD (all-time data). Following closely is Shaboozey’s “A Bar Song (Tipsy)” at No. 2 with 33 million streams, totaling 365 million ATD. Zach Bryan’s “Pink Skies” holds steady at No. 3 with 19 million streams, accumulating 127 million ATD. Wallen and Moneybagg Yo’s collaboration “Whiskey Whiskey” remains in the top tier at No. 5 with 14 million streams, adding to 30 million ATD.

Meanwhile, on the country albums chart, Wallen continues to dominate with his album “One Thing At A Time,” maintaining the top spot with 73K in total consumption, including 1.4K album sales and 93 million song streams. His acclaimed “Dangerous: The Double Album” reclaims the No. 2 position with 43K, comprising 363 album sales and 56 million song streams. Shaboozey’s “Where I’ve Been, Isn’t Where I’m Going” holds steady at No. 3 with 41K, featuring 2K album sales and 46 million song streams. Zach Bryan’s self-titled album returns to No. 4 with 36K, including 3.1K album sales and 43 million song streams, while “American Heartbreak” climbs back to No. 5 with 32K, supported by 1.2K album sales and 40 million song streams.

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