(CNN) — Radio and others may have dropped him, but Morgan Wallen’s music is still selling.

The country singer apologized last week after he was captured on video using a racial slur. Media companies like iHeart Radio and CMT dropped his music from their playlists.

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Still, Wallen’s “Dangerous: The Double Album” topped the Billboard 200 chart for a fourth consecutive week, according to Billboard.

His sales rose 1,220% last Wednesday as compared to the day before, Rolling Stone reported.

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Many in the country music industry reacted swiftly to condemn Wallen’s words.

Big Loud suspended Wallen’s recording contract indefinitely “in the wake of recent events,” according to a statement on its verified social media accounts.

The label said its distributing partner, Republic Records, fully supports the decision and “such behavior will not be tolerated.”

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