Lee Brice’s I Don’t Dance Crowns Country Albums Chart

Dustin Lynch's "Where It's At (Yep, Yep)" Is Week's Most Played Song

Powered by the initial sale of 38,495 units, as calculated by Nielsen SoundScan, Lee Brice’s I Don’t Dance debuts at No. 1 this week on Billboard’s country albums chart.

And Dustin Lynch’s “Where It’s At (Yep, Yep)” arrives at the top of the country airplay rankings after a 26-week crawl.

Trumpets are sounding too for Lynch’s Where It’s At album which enters the chart at No. 2 on sales of 30,866 copies.

We spot two other new albums: Alabama’s Angels Among Us: Hymns & Gospel Favorites (No. 6) and Brothers Osborne’s eponymous EP (No. 23). Jennifer NettlesThat Girl springs back into action at No. 40.

The new songs are Easton Corbin’s “Baby Be My Love Song” (No. 53), Kelleigh Bannen’s “You Are What You Love” (No. 59) and Josh Turner’s “Lay Low” (No. 60).

Rounding out the Top 5 albums, in descending order, are Luke Bryan’s Crash My Party, Brad Paisley’s Moonshine in the Trunk and Brantley Gilbert’s Just As I Am.

Last week’s No. 1 album, Miranda Lambert’s Platinum, has eased back to the No. 9 slot.

Lining up directly behind “Where It’s At (Yep, Yep)” on the airplay list are Kenny Chesney’s “American Kids” (last week’s No. 1), Bryan’s “Roller Coaster,” Cole Swindell’s “Hope You Get Lonely Tonight” and Florida Georgia Line’s “Dirt.”

Does is seem to you that country songs are getting a bit bossy? We’ve noticed a lot of direct commands lately, orders such as “Leave the Night On” (Sam Hunt), “Look at You” (Big & Rich), the contradictory “Close Your Eyes” (Parmalee), “Take It on Back” (Chase Bryant), “Live a Little” (Dean Alexander), “Shut Me Up” (Lindsay Ell) and “Lie a Little Better” (Lucy Hale).

As a public service, we remind you that you don’t have to do any of these things.

Edward Morris is a veteran of country music journalism. He lives in Nashville, Tennessee, and is a frequent contributor to CMT.com.