Florida Georgia Line’s ‘Can’t Say I Ain’t Country’ Arrives Atop Top Country Albums


The duo banks their fourth No. 1 on the chart, plus Old Dominion Scores a high 10.

Florida Georgia Line's fourth studio LP, Can't Say I Ain't Country, enters Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart (dated March 2) at No. 1, incomes 50,000 equal album models (29,000 in conventional album gross sales) in its first week, ending Feb. 21, in response to Nielsen Music.

The duo of Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard earns its fourth Top Country Albums chief and third to debut within the penthouse. Dig Your Roots launched atop the record dated Sept. 17, 2016 (with 126,000 copies bought); Anything Goes entered at No. 1 on Nov. 1, 2014 (197,000, marling the pair's strongest gross sales week up to now); and first LP Here's to the Good Times opened on the survey dated Dec. 22, 2012, at No. three (63,000) and topped the chart on June 29, 2013, for its first of 10 weeks at No. 1. Roots and Anything led for 2 weeks every.

Meanwhile, Old Dominion scores its seventh Country Airplay high 10, as "Make It Sweet" hops 11-10, up four p.c to 21 million in viewers. The act boasts 5 No. 1s: Old Dominion first topped Country Airplay in 2015 with “Break Up With Him,” which paced the record for 2 weeks, adopted by “Song for Another Time” (2016, one week), “No Such Thing as a Broken Heart” (2017, one), “Written within the Sand” (Feb. 2018, one) and the group’s most up-to-date chart topper, “Hotel Key” (Sept. 2018, two).

In between No. 1s, the band’s “Snapback” peaked at No. 2 in 2016.