Thomas Rhett Notches 13th No.1 Single, Announces Follow-Up

Anyone else not ready to cry in their cars when the radio plays this song?!

Written by Jeremy Chua
Thomas Rhett Notches 13th No.1 Single, Announces Follow-Up
Thomas Rhett performs at Nissan Stadium on Friday, June 7 during the 2019 CMA Music Festival in downtown Nashville. Photo courtesy of CMA

Country superstar Thomas Rhett shows no signs of slowing down as the singer has earned his 13th No.1 single with “Look What God Gave Us.” The chart-topper is the lead track from the singer’s No.1 fourth studio album, Center Point Road.

“Thirteen…what an incredible way to celebrate this chapter of new music,” said Thomas Rhett in a statement. “This year has already been beyond anything I could have dreamed of, I’m just so grateful and blown away by the continued support.”

In celebration of his big news, Rhett shared that the highly-anticipated follow-up will be the track, “Remember You Young.” Penned by Rhett, Jesse Frasure and Ashley Gorley, the tear-jerking song highlights nostalgic flashback memories of Rhett’s growing up and pays tribute to wife Lauren Akins, their two kids Willa Gray and Ada James and, his faith.

“Hey babies crawling on the carpet / No, you won’t be that little for long / One day you’ll move away but you’re still gonna stay this innocent after you’re gone / And no matter how much time goes by, I hope we never have to grow up / And He’ll say, “For worse or for better, from now ’til forever, I’ll always remember you young”

The Valory Music Co./Big Machine recording artist has also earned two Teen Choice Awards nominations including Chocie Country Artist and Choice Country Song for the latest chart-topper “Look What God Gave Her.” Fans can vote online ahead of the live show on Sunday, Aug 11, at 8.00 PM ET.

Rhett continues his headlining Very Hot Summer Tour with fellow country chart-toppers Dustin Lynch and Russel Dickerson through the Fall, which will fittingly conclude in Nashville, Tennessee on Oct 12. For tour dates and tickets, click here.

“Remember You Young” officially goes for adds on country radio on July 15.