August 29, 2013 03:11:04 GMT
The country singer's fourth studio album has sold 159,000 copies in its second week at the chart's No. 1, while John Mayer's 'Paradise Valley' debuts at No. 2 with 144,000.
Luke Bryan is still unbeatable. The 37-year-old country crooner's latest release, "Crash My Party", is now spending its second week on Billboard Hot 200 at No. 1 after selling additional 159,000 copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
John Mayer's "Paradise Valley" entered the chart at No. 2 with 144,000. While the album becomes Mayer's fifth studio set to debut at the chart's top two, it gives the 35-year-old singer his smallest opening week since 2001's "Room for Square".
TGT claims the third place as they have sold 76,000 copies of their debut album, "3 Kings". Another new arrival is Jimmy Buffett's "Songs from St. Somewhere". The veteran singer/songwriter's 27th studio album has made its way to No. 4 with 55,000.
Rounding out the top five is Earl Sweatshirt, whose debut album "Doris" has sold 49,000 in its first week. Just behind the Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All member is former first placer Robin Thicke. His "Blurred Lines" has shifted from No. 4 to No. 6 with 46,000.
The "Now 47" album slips from No. 3 to No. 7 with 33,000. At No. 7, the soundtrack to "Teen Beach Movie" is currently spending its sixth week in the chart's top 10 after selling nearly 32,000.
A$AP Ferg's debut album, "Trap Lord", debuted at No. 9 with 32,000. Jay-Z's newest masterpiece, "Magna Carta... Holy Grail", falls from last week's No. 6 to this week's No. 10 with 30,000.