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Combs makes top 10

Sunday, June 11, 2017 – Luke Combs' full-length debut will be on the top 10 of the Billboard top 200 chart when it is released on Tuesday.

"This One's For You" opens in fifth with 43,000 units, including 35,000 in traditional album sales. The North Carolina native released an EP by the same title The new album is the artist's second release to chart, following the same-named EP, which came out in November 2015. Combs' debut chart single "Hurricane," spent two weeks on the U.S. Country Airplay chart.

Halsey leads the the chart with "Hopeless Fountain Kingdom," which moved 106,000 equivalent album units/

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