“Marry Me” concurrently earns double platinum standing
Thomas Rhett celebrated his 10th and 11th No. 1 singles at Nashville’s Hi-Fi Clyde’s this week with family and friends, and hosted by BMI and ASCAP. The newly licensed double platinum “Marry Me” was written by Thomas Rhett, Ashley Gorley, Jesse Frasure and Shane McAnally and the gold promoting “Life Changes” written by Thomas Rhett, Rhett Akins, Ashley Gorley and Jesse Frasure have been each produced by Dan Huff, Jesse Frasure and Thomas Rhett. Following Life Changes’ 4 earlier gold-or-better promoting chart-topping singles, Thomas Rhett’s new single “Sixteen” was additionally probably the most added track at nation radio this week.
Next week, Thomas Rhett might be acknowledged on the American Music Awards for his two present nominations for Favorite Male Country Artist and Favorite Country Album for his platinum-certified third album Life Changes. Life Changes is the most important, boldest-sounding document his profession, crammed with a various batch songs as he stretches his sound to new limits. Emphasizing his “detailed model songwriting” (Rolling Stone), Life Changes was an prompt stumble on launch, debuting at No. 1 on the all-genre Billboard 200 chart, marking the primary nation launch to take the highest spot final yr. It additionally drew a 2018 GRAMMY nomination for Best Country Album and has been streamed greater than 944 million instances. Thomas Rhett was lately named iHeartRadio’s Country Artist the Year for the second yr in a row, following a CMA Triple Play award for penning three No. 1 songs inside a 12-month interval (“Die A Happy Man,” “Star the Show” and Michael Ray’s “Think A Little Less”), including to his assortment trophies from the Country Music Association, Academy Country Music, Billboard Music Awards, CMT Music Awards and extra.