Thomas Rhett earns highest charting debut with new single

“Look What God Gave Her” enters into the Top 20 on both country radio charts

Fresh off introducing his “buoyant” (Rolling Stone) new single, multi-platinum selling performer Thomas Rhett continues to thrill fans and rack up accolades. The in-demand entertainer earned the highest chart debut of his career with “Look What God Gave Her,” as country radio’s most-added song this week, debuting at No. 20 on Billboard’s Country Airplay and No. 29 on the Country Aircheck Mediabase chart after its release Friday (Mar 1st). Additionally, Rhett also dropped “Don’t Threaten Me With A Good Time” (feat. Little Big Town) immediately following his performance on Saturday Night Live, which was layered with “soul” and a “funkier edge” (Billboard). Fans can get both tracks now when they pre-order his hotly-anticipated upcoming fourth studio album Center Point Road ahead of its May 31st release on The Valory Music Co.

Making his SNL debut as the first country artist of the show’s current season, Thomas Rhett delivered the television world-premiere of “Look What God Gave Her,” once again showcasing his “commanding stage presence” (Rolling Stone) and earning his reputation as “a man with no boundaries” (Billboard). The 12X chart-topper later launched into the ‘80’s inspired blast of feel-good fire, “Don’t Threaten Me With A Good Time,” featuring longtime friends Little Big Town. Enlisting a horn section and powerhouse back-up vocalists, Thomas Rhett “kicked his onstage party up a notch” (Billboard).

Rhett co-produced “Look What God Gave Her” with Julian Bunetta and Dann Huff, both of whom are longtime collaborators with producer credits on his previous two albums – platinum-certified Life Changes and Tangled Up (The Valory Music Co.). More details about Thomas Rhett’s fourth studio album, named after the street in his Tennessee hometown that shaped and influenced much of his life experiences, will be revealed soon, with country radio’s most-played artist of 2018 hinting that it will find him “getting back to his roots.”

Described by Forbes as a “talented performer, songwriter and all-around star,” Thomas Rhett heads to Australia next week to headline CMC Rocks ahead of wrapping up his successful Life Changes Tour this spring with a coast-to-coast series of shows in Canada. Then on May 17th in Spokane, WA, he will kick off his headlining Very Hot Summer Tour, visiting 40 stops across the nation with Dustin Lynch, Russell Dickerson and father Rhett Akins opening select dates.

Author: Buddy Iahn

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