Luke Combs Debuts at #1 With “This One’s For You”

The young singer/songwriter behind “Hurricane” debuts in Top 5 all genre.

Luke Combs has been turning heads with his talent since the moment he hit Nashville. The rising star, signed to River House Artists and Columbia Nashville, not only outsold every country album -- with This One's For You -- in the nation last week but he also scored the 5th best album in all of America with sales of 43k in total activity.

With “Hurricane” a platinum-certified chart-topping hit preceding it, This One’s For You certainly got off to a fantastic start. Now the second single “When It Rains, It Pours” is set to take the project into the stratosphere. “Hurricane” was the first multi-week #1 since Florida Georgia Line’s “Cruise.”

Combs performed at both CMA Music Festival and the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival this past weekend. Upon learning the No. 1 news on Sunday, Combs said “I’m blown away at the response to This One’s For You. As a songwriter and artist, there is nothing more rewarding or humbling than to have your songs embraced by fans. I’m grateful for all the folks who have shown up to shows over the years, told their friends about these songs and been a part of the path to get here.”

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  • Chris Bigham

    Where's "Full chart reports"??? Thanks, Matt!

  • couCrtcney

    Luke is doing great for a debut artist only on their second single in this climate having sustained #1's used to be a lot more common for example between the three singles released physically in the US from Mariah Carey's 4th studio album 1995's Daydream there were six months at #1 on the Hot 100 right Fantasy stayed #1 for eight weeks One Sweet Day with Boyz II Men stayed #1 for sixteen weeks the longest in Hot 100 history and Always Be My Baby stayed #1 for two weeks in May 1996 daydream also shipped 10,000,000 copies in the US earning a diamond award when those were rolled out in 1999 as did it's predecessor Music Box released August 31st 1993 each of her albums released in the 90's went at least 3 x multi platinum that's six studio albums MTV unplugged EP her first Holiday Album 1994's Merry Christmas and 1998's Compilation #1's she has six #1 albums on the Billboard 200 and 18 #1 singles on the Hot 100 only behind the Beatles with 20 from January 1964 to shortly after they broke Up in 1970 the Beatles total weeks at #1 are 59 while Mariah's are 79