Blake Shelton Scores No. 1 Album with ‘If I’m Honest’

If I’m Honest sold 153,000 copies, landing Shelton on the top of both the Billboard Top Albums Sales Chart and Billboard Country Albums Chart.

Blake Shelton Scores No. 1 Album with ‘If I’m Honest’
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It’s official: Blake Shelton has the best-selling album in America this week with the release of his new record, If I’m Honest.

Shelton reached the top of the Billboard Top Album Sales Chart, and also went to No. 1 on the Billboard Country Albums Chart. If I’m Honest marks the third consecutive No. 1 album for Shelton on the Billboard Country Albums Chart, which is a huge feat for any country artist.

With celebration in full gear, Shelton also topped the Billboard Country Airplay Chart this week with his hit single, “Came Here to Forget.” This marks Shelton’s 17th consecutive No. 1 on the charts and 22nd No. 1 single overall throughout his career.

As a voice in the Angry Birds animated movie, Shelton also landed himself a No. 1 spot on another chart as the film was at the top of the list for movies in theaters this weekend.

Shelton seems to be having one of the top moments of his lengthy career and he could not be more ecstatic about the success he’s been having recently.

“At almost 40 years old and 15 years in this business, who would’ve ever thought I would have the biggest week of my career now,” said Shelton. “Number one album, number one song and number one movie. I am beside myself my friends. Thank you for an incredible journey…”

If I’m Honest sold 153,000 copies this week, which marks the biggest selling country album in over seven months. The amount also holds up with Shelton, as it is the second biggest debut album release of his time in the music industry.

Shelton’s driving force in music right now won’t be held back as he is set to perform at the 2016 CMT Music Awards on June 8. He will also be heading on the road this summer with friend and country artist Raelynn as his special guest.