THOMAS RHETT EARNS HIGHEST CHARTING DEBUT OF CAREER WITH “WHAT’S YOUR COUNTRY SONG”

Cover Art Courtesy of The Valory Music Co.
 

NASHVILLE, TN (November 16, 2020) – Fresh off surprising fans last week with new music, ACM Awards Entertainer of the Year THOMAS RHETT today earned the highest chart debut of his career with “What’s Your Country Song” as Country radio’s most-added song with 150 stations, debuting at No. 18 on Billboard’s Country Airplay Chart and No. 25 on the Mediabase/Country Airplay Chart. 
 
"Following a remarkable run of hit singles” (CMT.com), “What’s Your Country Song” serves as the first taste of an upcoming fifth studio album (The Valory Music Co.). 
 

"an anthem with an uplifting mood” – MUSICROW
 
"evoke as warm memories as the flood of song titles” – BILLBOARD
 
"Celebrating the idea that everyone has a little country in them, no matter where you’re from, the new track features a warm, country-rock sound and an inviting vocal” – SOUNDS LIKE NASHVILLE
 
“...a new chapter of music. It’s a feel-good anthem that the singer’s hoping will bring together fans from across the country.” – ABC NEWS RADIO
 

Thomas Rhett’s most recent release, his GRAMMY®-nominated fourth studio album CENTER POINT ROAD continued to propel his meteoric career as "few singers have played a larger role in defining the sound of Country music over the past half-dozen years” (Rolling Stone), debuting atop the Billboard 200 and spawning three No. 1 hits including its PLATINUM lead single, “Look What God Gave Her,” which was first introduced on SNL. Thomas Rhett has scored nearly 10 BILLION total career streams and received two CMA Triple Play awards for penning three No. 1 songs within a 12-month period, adding to his collection of trophies from the Country Music Association, Academy of Country Music, Billboard Music Awards, CMT Music Awards and more. “At the top of his musical game” (Winnipeg Free Press), the in-demand entertainer has headlined multiple nationwide and international tours as well as major festivals. For more information, visit ThomasRhett.com