Hunter Hayes Scores His Second Straight No. 1 Country Album With “Storyline”

Hunter has scored his best one-week sales yet.

Hunter Hayes has scored his best one-week sales ever: His sophomore album, Storyline, sold 69,000 copies its first week out.

And that’s good enough to land at No. 1 on the country albums chart, the second time Hunter has done that.

Storyline also landed at No. 3 on the all-genre Billboard 200 chart, behind pop compilation Now 50 and Disney’s Frozen soundtrack album.

What makes that even more impressive is that the album’s lead-off single, “Invisible,” hasn’t cracked the Top 10 at country radio yet.

Congrats to Hunter and his team!

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