Luke Bryan’s “Crash My Party” Album Sales Pacing for 500K

Billboard has upgraded its “Crash My Party” forecast, now noting that the smash hit album from Luke Bryan could move more than 500,000 copies this week.

Fueled by blockbuster lead single “Crash My Party” and fast-moving new release “That’s My Kind of Night,” “Crash My Party” makes an immediate case for Bryan as the top male act in mainstream country.

Apparently certain to beat the monster sales figures for Kenny Chesney’s 2005 release “The Road and the Radio,” “Party” will debut as the fastest-selling solo male country album since Tim McGraw’s “Live Like You Were Dying” moved 766,000 in 2004.

If it stays on its trajectory to top 500,000 copies, it would join three Taylor Swift albums (“Fearless,” “Speak Now” and “Red”) as one of only four country releases to top the half-million figure since 2008.

Written by Brian Cantor

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