Luke Combs has set another record on the country charts. The singer’s deluxe version of his sophomor record, “What You See Is What You Get,” tops the “Billboard” Top Country Album chart again this week for a total of 34 weeks.
Luke’s debut album, “This One’s For You” spent 50 weeks at number one, which means Luke is now the first artist in the chart’s history to have their first two records hold the number one spot on the Top Country Albums chart for at least 34 weeks.
Before Luke’s latest feat, Garth Brooks held the chart honor, with his first two records both spending at least 33 weeks at number one, “No Fences” for 41 weeks and “Ropin’ In The Wind” for 33.
Elsewhere on the chart:
- Russell Dickerson’s “Love You Like I Used To” tops the Country Airplay chart for a second week.
- Gabby Barrett’s “I Hope” is still number one on the Hot Country Songs chart, now for a 16th week.
- Jon Pardi’s “Ain’t Always The Cowboy” rises to nine on the Country Airplay chart, his seventh Top Ten hit.