Moore leads country releases
Sunday, August 21, 2016
– Justin Moore was the leading country release on the Billboard charts as "Kinda Don't Care" debuted in fourth on the overall top 200 chart.
The disc moved 42,000 units, including 37,000 in pure album sales.
Moore has enjoyed three previous top 10 releases: "Off the Beaten Path," in 2013; "Outlaws Like Me" in 2011 and his self-titled set, 10th in 2009.
The "Suicide Squad" soundtrack stayed first for a second week on the Billboard 200 chart with 93,000 album equivalents.
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