Wonder, the sixth studio album from the worship music collective Hillsong United was released on June 9, topping Billboard’s Top Christian Albums chart dated July 1, earning 20,000 equivalent albums (with 16,000 in traditional sales) for the week ending June 15, according to Nielsen Music. For the Australian based band, it was their seventh No. 1 on Top Christian Albums, all of them arriving at the summit. United’s past No.
Heart Break, the sixth studio album from Lady Antebellum, debuts at No. 1 on Top Country Albums (dated July 1), earning 53,000 equivalent albums, with 47,000 in pure sales, during the week ending June 15, according to Nielsen Music. On the all-genre Billboard 200, the set starts at No. 4, giving the trio its seventh top 10.Heart Break marks Lady A's fifth Top Country Albums leader, all of which have bowed at the summit.
As MercyMe leads Top Christian Albums for a seventh week with its latest LP, Lifer (4,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending June 8, according to Nielsen Music, down 5 percent), Housefires starts in the top 10 with We Say Yes. The band’s new 12-song set bounds onto the survey at No. 6, earning 2,000 units. We Say Yes marks the Atlanta based worship collective’s third Top Christian Albums appearance, following: Housefires lll (No. 3; Sept. 3, 2016-dated survey) and Housefires ll (No.
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