He did something no country artist has done in five years on the way to setting a streaming record with his latest album, What You See Is What You Get.
A deluxe version of the album featuring six new songs dropped on October 23th, and the new music and added promotion was good enough to vault his 2019 release to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 album chart — an all-genre chart that figures in sales and streaming each week. That’s where he debuted one year ago, so with a second week on top, his album becomes the first country album in five years to spend multiple weeks at No. 1.