Cosmic Hallelujah debuts at #2 with just under 89,000 units earned (79,000 in traditional album sales). The album also starts at #1 on the Top Album Sales chart, which ranks the best selling albums of the week.
His album sold 79,000 copies, earned 7,000 track equivalent units and 2,000 in streaming units.
Cosmic Hallelujah is his 12th consecutive charting album to debut inside the top four of the Billboard 200.
Cosmic Hallelujah also starts at No. 1 on the Top Country Albums chart, marking his 14th No.1 on the tally.
Kenny Chesney “Cosmic Hallelujah” album is now available in stores & online. You can get the special fan bundles at cosmichallelujah.com.
“Setting The World on Fire” (feat. P!nk)
“Some Town Somewhere”
“Trip Around the Sun”
“All The Pretty Girls”
“Bar at the End of the World”
“Jesus and Elvis” (feat. Allison Moorer)
“Rich and Miserable”
Earlier this week, Chesney revealed that he was pushing the release of the album to October 28th to accommodate a duet with P!nk titled “Setting The World On Fire.”
In a press release Chesney discussed his decision to change album’s tittle from Some Town Somewhere.
“Some Town Somewhere is a great title, and it’s every single one of us. But then there’s how the album fits together, and even expands on what the last album did. So, I could go with what was already in place, or I could grab the title that felt the most right,” he said.
“In the end, these album titles are around for a very long time. I really try to have titles that give people a sense of what the music is, and what the album is all about,” he continued. “There sure is a lot of Some Town Somewhere for sure, but really when I pulled back and listened: these songs are all about taking The Big Revival to the next level; that level is Cosmic Hallelujah.”