Sam Hunt’s “Take Your Time” Enjoys 176% Sales Gain; Carrie Underwood’s “Heartbeat” Up 133%

Hunt Underwood [CBS]

While not the biggest gainers, the songs featured in Sam Hunt and Carrie Underwood’s Grammy Awards duet still enjoyed substantial lifts during the February 12-18 tracking week.

According to Nielsen Music, Sam Hunt’s “Take Your Time” sold 24,010 US copies during the tracking week. Enough for #46 on Digital Songs, the count bests the prior week’s mark by 176% — and results in a cumulative total of 1,982,904 million.

While its percentage gain was not as significant, Carrie Underwood’s “Heartbeat” sold more weekly copies.

#25 on Digital Songs, “Heartbeat” shifted 36,844 US downloads during the tracking week. The count, which results in a cume of 220,572, tops last week’s mark by 133%.

Written by Brian Cantor

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