Luke Bryan’s ‘Spring Break’ EP Debuts At Number One

Luke Bryan’s Spring Break 6… Like We Ain’t Ever EP has topped the charts just in time for spring! According to CMT News, Luke’s Spring Break EP has topped the Billboard’s top country albums chart.

Taste of Country reported that Luke Bryan’s latest EP sold 74,296 copies in its first week, and is currently rounding out to a whopping total of 825,000 copies. The report also states that the album has also landed the number two spot on the Billboards Top 200 Albums chart.

The Inquisitr reported earlier that Luke Bryan’s Spring Break 6 EP would feature songs that were more light-hearted and fun then some of his full-length records.

“The songs for this project came together so fast. These special EP’s all began as a way to get new music out to the fans between studio projects. I feel like year after year we get a little bit better at writing for this. I think with these new songs I would be proud to put them on any album we release,” he explained.

As stated before, this album came just in time for spring, and for many, spring break! With songs like “The Sand I Brought To the Beach”, “Like We Ain’t Ever”, and “She Get Me High” it’s no wonder the album has topped charts. The album is made up of a total of six songs, all of which he reportedly co-wrote.

Check out what fans are saying about Luke Bryan’s Spring Break 6 EP:

Luke Bryan was the soundtrack to my Spring Break

— DALLAS (@DallasKAdams) March 23, 2014

Thank you Luke Bryan for another spring break album

— lex flex (@lexi_archdekin) March 16, 2014

Have you checked out Luke Bryan’s latest Spring Break installment? If so, what did you think of it? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

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