Luke Combs Makes History (Again!) with 12th Consecutive No.1 Single, ‘Cold As You’

Combs’ latest album becomes the first album in history to produce seven No.1 country radio singles.


Lauren Jo Black

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November 22, 2021

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Newly crowned CMA Entertainer of the Year Luke Combs has made history once again!

His latest single, “Cold As You,” climbed to the No.1 spot on both the Billboard Country Airplay and Mediabase/Country Aircheck charts this week, securing the North Carolina native his 12th consecutive No.1 single at country radio. 

With this historic feat, Combs broke the record for the most No. 1 singles (seven) to come from the same album (What You See Ain’t Always What You Get).

The record-breaking news comes after yet another remarkable year for the country superstar, who is a 6x CMA, 3x ACM and 3x Billboard Music Award-winner.

Just moments before being crowned CMA Entertainer of the Year at the 55th Annual CMA Awards, Combs took to the Bridgestone Arena stage to share the worldwide debut of a brand new song, “Doin’ This.” The heartfelt track serves as a personal reflection of his life and career.

“I’d be feelin’ on fire/ On a hardwood stage/ Bright lights like lightning running through my veins/ At the Grand Ole Opry or a show in some no-name town/I’d still be doin’ this/ if I wasn’t doing this,” he sings on the chorus. “It ain’t about the fame/ it ain’t about the fortune/ it ain’t about the name/ it ain’t about the glory/ I guess I’m sayin’ it’s always been about/ Having a Friday night crowd in the palm of my hand/ Cup of brown liquor/couple buddies in a band/Singin’ them same damn songs like I am now.” 

Combs has been performing the song live during his What You See Is What You Get Tour. 


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The superstar recently announced plans for a stadium tour in 2022. Joining him on the trek are Cody JohnsonZach Bryan and Morgan Wade

Tickets for the shows are on sale to the general public now. Click HERE for additional details. 

Luke Combs Stadium Tour 2022

May 21, 2022 – Denver, Colorado – Empower Field
June 4, 2022 – Seattle, Washington – Lumen Field
July 30, 2022 – Atlanta, Georgia – Mercedes-Benz Stadium

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