He has captured the hearts of millions as a down-to-earth country artist known for his charming love songs. Find out why Thomas Rhett is one of today's most talked-about artists.
Thomas Rhett took an interest in music from a young age, and by the time he was 20, he landed a publishing deal in Nashville to write for several country artists. He soon joined the spotlight as a solo artist and in 2012, released his debut single "Something to Do With My Hands," which landed within the Top 20 on U.S. country charts. Rhett scored his first No. 1 hit a few months later with "It Goes Like This," the third single from his debut album of the same name.
His sophomore album Tangled Up put Thomas Rhett further on the map bolstered by No. 1 singles "Crash and Burn," "T-Shirt," "Star of the Show" and "Die a Happy Man," which earned a Grammy nomination for Best Country Song. He continued to build on this success with third album Life Changes, his most personal record that places a heavy emphasis on his family.
Rhett's critical accolades include wins at the Billboard Music Awards, Country Music Association Awards and iHeartRadio Music Awards.
Thomas Rhett has had several songs reach No. 1 on the country charts, including "Crash and Burn," "T-Shirt," "Star of the Show," "Unforgettable," "Life Changes," "It Goes Like This" and "Marry Me." His biggest song to date remains 2015 multi-Platinum smash "Die a Happy Man." Rhett is also known for his collaborations with Maren Morris ("Craving You") and Brantley Gilbert and Justin Moore ("Small Town Throwdown"). In addition to his own recorded material, he has notable songwriting credits to his name having written hits for Jason Aldean, Lee Brice and Florida Georgia Line.
The apple didn't fall far from the tree for Thomas Rhett. His father, Rhett Akins, is also a notable country singer and songwriter.
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