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Carrie Underwood’s “Smoke Break” Tops Country Digital Carts

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Carrie Underwood’s “Smoke Break” debuts at #1 on the country single sales chart (and prevents a Sam Hunt sweep). It climbs to #5 on Hot Country Songs.

While its opening week sales figure markedly trails those achieved by lead “Greatest Hits: Decade #1″ single “Something in the Water” and lead “Blown Away” single “Good Girl,” Carrie Underwood’s new “Smoke Break” nonetheless starts atop the Billboard Country Digital Songs chart.

According to Nielsen Music, “Smoke Break” drove 56,000 paid US downloads during its inaugural week. The weekly mark was the greatest achieved by a country single during the August 21-27 tracking frame.

In claiming #1 on the Digital Songs chart, “Smoke Break” prevents Sam Hunt’s “House Party” from achieving a clean sweep of the country charts. “House Party” tops this week’s Hot Country Songs, Country Airplay, and Country Streaming Songs listings.

It slips to #2 on Country Digital Songs (38,000).

In conjunction with its #1 position on Country Digital, “Smoke Break” grabs #18 on Country Streaming and #22 on Country Airplay. It surges thirty one places to #5 on the all-encompassing Hot Country Songs chart.

“Smoke Break” is the lead single from Underwood’s “Storyteller.”

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3 Responses to “Carrie Underwood’s “Smoke Break” Tops Country Digital Carts”

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  2. H. Bird says:

    56.000 downloads? the 1/3 songwriter on the track earns NEXT TO NOTHING ON ROYALTIES in the 21st century. sad, but true. good luck on the album Carrie

  3. Olivia says:

    SHOCKING how the streams are killing sales! It is a good song and a new song from Carrie it should have been more sold. Wow the music industry is in trouble and it is getting worse and worse.

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