Blake Shelton Nets First Million-Selling Album

From left: Songwriter Scott Hendricks (background), John Esposito of Warner Music Nashville and singer Blake Shelton celebrate No. 1 hits "Sure Would Be Cool If You Did" and "Over" during the 2013 CMA Music Festival at LP Field on June 7, 2013 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Rick Diamond/Getty Images for BMI)

This week, Blake Shelton's "Red River Blue" becomes his first million-selling album.

The country singer's set, which re-enters the Billboard 200 chart at No. 194 with a little more than 2,000 sold for the week (up 12%), according to Nielsen SoundScan, just creeps past the 1 million mark. The July 2011 release became his first No. 1 on the Billboard 200, when it debuted at the top slot.

"Red River Blue" spawned four hit singles on the Country Airplay chart, all of which reached No. 1: "Honey Bee," "God Gave Me You," "Drink on It" and "Over."

In other good news for Shelton, his current album, "Based on a True Story," is his fastest-selling release yet. In its 17 chart weeks, it has sold 763,000 copies. Comparatively, "Red River Blue," his last studio set, moved just 381,000 in its first 17 weeks.

"Based on a True Story" also outsells his greatest-hits package, "Loaded: The Best of Blake Shelton" (753,000), to become his fourth-biggest seller to date. His latest set's current single, "Mine Would Be You," debuts at No. 42 on the Country Airplay chart this week—his 33rd charting effort.