[email protected]’s “Ignite the Night” Burns Up the Charts

Chase Rice’s album Ignite the Night is slated for an August 19th release, but, weeks before its release, Chase was ready and set to roll right up to the top of the charts. This week, due to an abundance of pre-sale orders, Ignite the Night scorched all other albums, placing it at the top of the iTunes Country Albums chart.

The Columbia Nashville/Dack Janiels album was produced by Chris DeStefano and features fifteen tracks, including the Gold-certified lead single “Ready Set Roll.” In regard to the early album success, Chase stated:

I can’t thank the fans enough for sticking by me, coming out to the shows night after night and buying my music. The fact that “Ready Set Roll” went Gold before it even hit the Top 20 and now “Ignite the Night” is already blowing up on iTunes means we must be doing something right, and I can’t wait to give them all I’ve got with this new album.
In celebration of the release of Ignite the Night, Chase will make his late-night debut on NBC’s Late Night with Seth Meyers on Wednesday, August 6th. During this appearance, Chase is scheduled to perform his hit song “Ready Set Roll.”

By pre-ordering the iTunes “Party Edition” of Ignite the Night, fans receive instant downloads of “Ready Set Roll” and “Gonna Wanna Tonight.” The digital edition also includes four bonus tracks: “Party Up” (featuring Colt Ford), “Country In Ya,” “Best Beers of Our Lives” and “Ride.” You can order the album by clicking on the banner below:

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