Despite seven consecutive Number Ones on the Top Country Albums chart along with her history-making four country albums as the only woman to do so on the all-genre Billboad 200 chart with Cry Pretty, Carrie is hoping that fans are still learning about her through her new music. “I literally meet fan club members and fans at meet and greets and things like that that will say, ‘I voted for you on American Idol. I’ve been a fan club member since it started,’ and that’s absolutely incredible. I feel like we’ve kind of just all grown and evolved together, and I feel like that’s so cool. I hope they listen to this album and maybe get a bigger glimpse of me and who I am because I definitely feel like this project has been a bigger representation of me as a person, as an artist, as a creative being, because I’ve had so much more of a hands-on approach with this album than I’ve ever had before.” .
Cry Pretty’s debut week also marks the most first week streams by any female in Country music.
Source: Pulse of Radio