Luke Bryan's new album 'Crash My Party' is still partying at No. 1 for its second straight week. 

According to Billboard, the country star's reign on the chart overshadowed the debut of John Mayer's album, 'Paradise Valley,' which came in behind Bryan's record at No. 2.

Although the sales of 'Crash My Party' dropped 70 percent, it still sold 159,000 copies in its second week while Mayer's album debuted with 144,000 sales. What can we say? Country music fans are good to their artists and the reigning Entertainer of the Year has lots of fans.

'Crash My Party' is also the first country album by a male solo artist to spend multiple weeks atop the list since Lionel Richie's 'Tuskegee,' and the sixth album with multiple weeks on top of the chart this year.

It's been a wild ride for Bryan since the record's Gold debut a few weeks ago, and hopefully it will continue. The 'That's My Kind of Night' hitmaker can certainly do many things well, and they include selling albums and shaking what he's got.