Luke Combs’ ‘Growin’ Up’ Hits #1 On The Top Country Albums Chart, Goes #2 On The All-Genre Billboard 200

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Jordan Dziekan

Luke Combs has done it again.

After the long awaited release of his studio album Growin’ Up, the man is finally reaping the benefits of his hard work leading up to the release, as the album has jumped him from number seven to number one on the Billboard Artist 100 chart, where he rests as the top musical act in the US for the third total week, according to Billboard.

Growin’ Up has debuted at number one on the Top Country Albums chart, and number two on the Billboard 200, with 74,000 equivalent album units earned between June 24-30.

He unseats Morgan Wallen’s Dangerous: The  Double Album at the top of the country charts, and only Bad Bunny’s Un Verano Sin Ti album charted higher in all of music.

He also currently has a couple of songs that have made the Billboard Hot 100, with “The Kind of Love We Make” jumping from 18 to 13.

And as far as the Hot Country Songs chart goes, well… Luke owns that now:

No. 1, “The Kind of Love We Make”

No. 14, “Tomorrow Me”

No. 27, “Outrunnin’ Your Memory,” feat. Miranda Lambert

No. 38, “Any Given Friday Night”

No. 42, “On the Other Line”

No. 43, “Going, Going, Going”

No. 44, “Used to Wish I Was”

No. 45, “Middle of Somewhere”

No. 47, “Better Back When”

No. 49, “Call Me”

Killing it…

A beer bottle on a dock



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