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Country Chart News - The Top 30 Digital Singles - December 4, 2013: Florida Georgia Line Dominate Top 5 & Top 30 Chart

By: Matt Bjorke

Last Updated: December 4, 2013 1:12 PM

It’s all Florida Georgia Line and Luke Bryan in the Top 5 of this week’s Top 30 Digital Single Singles Sales Report.

It’s a ‘bro country world’ this week in Country Music as Florida Georgia Line and Luke Bryan hold down fort with the entire Top 5. Both Florida Georgia Line and Luke Bryan have 3 each songs in the Top 5. FGL scores the #1, #3 and #5 and luke has the #1, #2 and #4 songs. If you’re confused, the #1 song is “This Is How We Roll” and it is a FGL song featuring their co-writer Luke Bryan. The song sold 52k to lead the way this week. Luke’s “That’s My Kind Of Night” is #2 with another 46k sold while FGL’s “Stay” (the previous #1 on this chart) is at #3 and is nearly Gold with 465k sold to date. At #4 is Luke Bryan’s fast-rising hit “Drink A Beer.” #5 holds the 6x Platinum “Cruise,” a song which jumps thanks to the deluxe album which features the #1 single Here’s To The Good Times...This Is How We Roll. Luke’s solo singles are both from Crash My Party

Jamie Lynn Spears and Cole Vosbury Join Country Stars in Top 10 with their debut singles to appear on our Top 30 Digital Single chart.

Keith Urban & Miranda Lambert’s “We Were Us” is well on its way to Gold certification and the recent radio airplay #1 hit could return to that spot next week after Joe Nichols’ run at #1 is finished. Sitting at #7 is David Nail’s nearly Gold “Whatever She’s Got,” his fastest-rising and fastest-selling single to date (24 weeks). Sitting at #8 is Britney’s sister Jamie Lynn Spears’ “How Could I Want More” selling 28k while The Voice’s Cole Vosbury (a Blake Shelton Protege) is at #9 with “I Still Believe In You.” Lady Antebellum rounds out this week’s Top 10 with “Compass,” the current single from Golden (Deluxe).

Florida Georgia Line Place 5 more Songs In Top 30, including all of the new tracks from This Is How We Roll Deluxe version of Here’s To The Good Times. Eli Young Band “Drunk Last Night” Gold Elegible.

Florida Georgia Line’s roll of massive success continues with Here’s To The Good Times...This Is How We Roll. The success of these songs has given the duo 8 of this week’s Top 30 tracks, including 5 outside of the Top 10. After labelmate Cassadee Pope at #11, the duo are at #12 and #13 with “Take It Out On Me” and “Hands On You” while their “Headphones” is at #18 as well. Finally, they hit #25 with “People Back Home” and #29 with “Round Here,” their third ever hit single. Other notables in the #11-30 range include Eli Young Band’s “Drunk Last Night,” a song which is now Gold Eligible. Parmalee’s Top 5 Airplay hit “Carolina” is close to Gold as well (and their album drops next week). Jake Owen’s brilliant “What We Can’t Have” debuts at #20 with 20k downloads from iTunes exclusive presale while Kip Moore’s latest hit “Young Love” debuts with 19k sold at #21. Finally, Joe Nichols “Sunny And 75” is at 429k sold so far and the single (which is #1 on airplay and the first of RedBow Records’ history) is the fifth #1 hit of Joe Nichols’ career.

Outside The Top 30 Notes:

  • Jake Owen’s “Days Of Gold at #31 with sales increase of 43% over last week (Sales at 183k to date).

  • Danielle Bradbery “The Heart Of Dixie” at #39 with 11k sold. 301% increase (197k to date).

  • Scotty McCreery “See You Tonight” at #41 w/10k sold (-1%) (315k to date).

  • Jerrod Nieman “Drink To That All Night” at #45 (64k to date).

  • Dan+Shay at #47 with “19 You + Me” with 64k to date.

  • Chase Rice “Ready Set Roll” at #48 with 134k to date.

  • Brett Eldredge at #53 with “Beat of the Music” (45k to date).

Songs falling out of the Top 30 This Week:

  • Darius Rucker “Wagon Wheel” (2.438 million sold to date)

  • Jason Aldean “Night Train” (779k to date)

  • Dierks Bentley “I Hold On” (151k to date)

  • The Band Perry “Don’t Let Me Be Lonely” (165k to date)

  • Tim McGraw “Southern Girl” (466k to date)

  • Eric Paslay “Friday Night” (234k to date)

  • Jon Pardi “Up All Night” (197k to date)

  • Frankie Ballard “Helluva Life (112k to date)

  • Chris Young “Aw Naw” (561k to date)

New singles that may debut next week:

  • Tracks from Jake Owen’s “Days Of Gold.”

The Top 30 Digital Singles In Country Music (12/04/13)*

*Numbers are rounded to nearest thousandth.  k=1,000

LW

00

03

01

04

09

02

05

00

00

12

07

00

00

06

10

11

08

00

15

00

00

13

16

14

00

19

17

21

18

26

TW

01

02

03

04

05

06

07

08

09

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

Artist

FloridaGeorgiaLine/L.Bryan

Luke Bryan

Florida Georgia Line

Luke Bryan

Florida Georgia Line

KeithUrban/MirandaLambert

David Nail

Jamie Lynn Spears

Cole Vosbury

Lady Antebellum

Cassadee Pope

Florida Georgia Line

Florida Georgia Line

Eric Church

Cole Swindell

Eli Young Band

Blake Shelton

Florida Georgia Line

Parmalee

Jake Owen

Kip Moore

Taylor Swift

Joe Nichols

Thomas Rhett

Florida Georgia Line

Hunter Hayes

Zac Brown Band

Jason Aldean

Florida Georgia Line

Blake Shelton/Pistol Annies

Track

This Is How We Roll

That’s My Kind of Night

Stay

Drink A Beer

Cruise

We Were Us

Whatever She’s Got

How Could I Want You More

I Still Believe In You

Compass

Wasting All These Tears

Take It Out On Me

Hands On You

The Outsiders

Chillin’ It

Drunk Last Night

Mine Would Be You

Headphones

Carolina

What We Ain’t Got

Young Love

RED

Sunny And 75

It Goes Like This

People Back Home

Everybody’s Got Somebody…

Sweet Annie

When She Says Baby

Round Here

Boys Round Here

TW

52k

46k

44k

43k

37k

32k

31k

28k

28k

28k

26k

26k

25k

24k

23k

21k

21k

20k

20k

20k

19k

19k

18k

18k

17k

17k

17k

16k

14k

13k

LW

2k

40k

49k

36k

26k

40k

34k

1k

0k

22k

28k

1k

1k

30k

26k

24k

27k

1k

20k

0k

0k

21k

19k

20k

1k

16k

19k

15k

17k

13k

Total Sales

54,000

1,306,000

465,000

175,000

6,178,,000

406,000

439,000

29,000

28,000

158,000

662,000

27,000

26,000

285,000

473,000

501,000

691,000

21,000

472,000

20,000

19,000

1,220,000

429,000

1,055,000

18,000

224,000

208,000

157,000

947,000

2,174,000

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