Lionel Richie and Blake Shelton Still Topping Country Charts

Hank Williams III and George Strait Have Highest Debuting Album, Song

Lionel Richie‘s Tuskegee and Blake Shelton‘s “Drink on It” are again Billboard‘s No. 1 country album and song.

Tuskegee has held the top spot for three of the four weeks since its release, while “Drink on It” is spending its second consecutive week at the peak.

During seven days, Tuskegee sold 114,110 copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan, an achievement that boosts its total sales to date to 538,987 units.

The week’s highest-charting new album is Hank Williams III‘s Long Gone Daddy. It bows at No. 16 on first-week sales of 4,752 copies.

Other albums debuting are The Essential Alan Jackson (No. 38), The Essential Brooks & Dunn (No. 60), Buck OwensColoring Book EP (No. 63) and the Chris Lane Band’s Let’s Ride (No. 75).

George Strait has the only new song to chart this week. His “Drinkin’ Man” enters the fray at No. 54. Pat Green‘s “All Just to Get to You” returns at No. 60.

The No. 2 through No. 5 albums are Luke Bryan‘s Tailgates & Tanlines, Rascal FlattsChanged, Eric Church‘s Chief and Jason Aldean‘s My Kinda Party, in that order.

Filling out the Top 5 songs sheaf are Lady Antebellum‘s “Dancin’ Away With My Heart,” Rascal Flatts’ “Banjo,” Miranda Lambert‘s “Over You” and Lee Brice‘s “A Woman Like You.”