Country’s newest superstar has revealed the details behind his second album — and a collab with his country heroes — as Luke Combs announces What You See Is What You Get.
Set for November 8 and produced by Scott Moffatt, the hotly-anticipated project will feature a full batch of 17 tracks. The five teasers Combs released this spring as part of The Prequel EP will be included — and so will the newly unleashed “1, 2 Many” featuring Brooks & Dunn, a revved-up ’90s country throwback full of shotgunned beers and hard-to-remember good times. Combs offered up a live-performance video of the track to go along with it.
The new-album news comes just as Combs’ latest single, “Even Though I’m Leaving,” is beginning to spin at country radio — a track which follows six consecutive No.1s to start his career — and the accolades keep racking up for the North Carolina newcomer.
After first arriving in 2016, Combs became first artist since Johnny Cash in 1959 to have five tracks inside the Top 25 of Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart earlier this year, scored three nominations at the 2019 CMA Awards and was recently inducted as the newest member of the Grand Ole Opry — along with a long list of other awards and achievements. His sold-out Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour continues this fall, culminating with a two-night finale at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena December 12 – 13.
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