Luke Combs’ “Doin’ This” is officially the No.1 song in country music.
According to country radio insider Chris Owen, the track topped the Mediabase/Country Aircheck Singles chart and is expected to top Billboard’s Country Airplay chart when it’s published on Monday.
This continues Combs’ hot streak at country radio with his 13th consecutive No.1 single and 14th overall (including “Cold Beer Calling My Name” with Jameson Rodgers.
The news comes on a special day for Combs as it’s the fifth anniversary of his debut single, “Hurricane,” hitting No.1. The soon-to-be-father took to social media to share his gratitude with fans upon hearing the news.
“Today is the 5 year Anniversary of “Hurricane” going #1. I get to celebrate with my 13th in a row with ‘Doin’ This,’” he wrote. “That’s INSANE! Thank you to everyone who has been a part of this every step along the way. Wouldn’t be possible without you. Love y’all!”
Today is the 5 year Anniversary of “Hurricane” going #1. I get to celebrate with my 13th in a row with “Doin’ This”. That’s INSANE! Thank you to everyone who has been a part of this every step along the way. Wouldn’t be possible without you. Love y’all!
— Luke Combs 🎤 (@lukecombs) May 15, 2022
Combs, who is the reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year, debuted “Doin’ This” at the 55th Annual CMA Awards last November.
The heartfelt tune was written by Combs alongside Drew Parker and Robert Williford. It was co-produced by Combs with Chip Matthews and Jonathan Singleton.
“Doin’ This” is expected to appear on Combs’ much-anticipated new album, Growin’ Up.
Arriving on June 24 via River House Artists/Columbia Nashville, the project will feature 12 tracks, including the newly released “Tomorrow Me.”
“I’ve been working on this album on and off for two and a half years now. It was sort of a crazy process through what COVID brought, and what that meant for our touring life last year,” Combs shared in a press release. ”It made me have to put a pause on this album for a second, but I’m just really stoked that it’s finally coming out. Working with Chip Matthews and Jonathan Singleton as a producer has been really great and I think that the fans are going to love these songs. I’m just excited to get them out and see what they think.”
Combs’ upcoming third studio album will be the follow-up to his chart-topping, 2x Platinum 2019 album, What You See Is What You Get, and the 2020 deluxe edition of that dubbed, What You See Ain’t Always What You Get.
The North Carolina native will soon celebrate eight of his No.1 singles when BMI hosts the biggest No.1 party ever in his honor. Taking place on June 8 at the BMI Paring Lot in Nashville, the event will celebrate eight No.1s and 11 hit songwriters.
Combs is preparing to embark on his first-ever run of stadium shows Denver’s Empower Field at Mile High (May 21), Seattle’s Lumen Field (June 4) and Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium (July 30).
Later this year, the superstar will hit the road for his headlining Middle Of Somewhere Tour.
LUKE COMBS TOUR DATES
May 21—Denver, CO—Empower Field at Mile High* (SOLD OUT)
May 29—Napa Valley, CA—BottleRock
June 4—Seattle, WA—Lumen Field*
July 7—Cavendish, PEI—Cavendish Beach Music Festival
July 8—Quebec City, QC—Festival D’Ete International De Quebec
July 9—Ottawa, ON—RBC Bluesfest
July 23—Columbus, OH—Buckeye Country Superfest
July 30—Atlanta, GA—Mercedes-Benz Stadium* (SOLD OUT)
September 2—Bangor, ME—Maine Savings Amphitheater‡
September 3—Bangor, ME—Maine Savings Amphitheater‡
September 16—Green Bay, WI—Resch Center+
September 17—Green Bay, WI—Resch Center+
September 22—Lake Tahoe, NV—Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys+
September 23—Lake Tahoe, NV—Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys+
September 30—Albany, NY—MVP Arena+
October 1—Albany, NY—MVP Arena+
October 14—Charleston, SC—North Charleston Coliseum^
October 15—Charleston, SC—North Charleston Coliseum^
October 21—Louisville, KY—KFC Yum! Center^
October 22—Louisville, KY—KFC Yum! Center^
October 28—Omaha, NE—CHI Health Center^
October 29—Omaha, NE—CHI Health Center^
November 4—Uncasville, CT—Mohegan Sun Arena^
November 5—Uncasville, CT—Mohegan Sun Arena^
November 12—Quebec City, QC—Videotron Centre# (SOLD OUT)
November 14—Toronto, ON—Scotiabank Arena# (SOLD OUT)
November 15—Toronto, ON—Scotiabank Arena# (SOLD OUT)
November 17—Ottawa, ON—Canadian Tire Centre# (SOLD OUT)
November 18—Montreal, QC—Centre Bell# (SOLD OUT)
November 21—London, ON—Budweiser Gardens# (SOLD OUT)
November 22—London, ON—Budweiser Gardens# (SOLD OUT)
December 9—Oklahoma City, OK—Paycom Center%
December 10—Oklahoma City, OK—Paycom Center%
*with special guests Cody Johnson, Zach Bryan and Morgan Wade
‡with special guests Mitchell Tenpenny and Morgan Wade
+with special guests Jordan Davis and Morgan Wade
^with special guests Jordan Davis and Lainey Wilson
#with special guests Riley Green and Chayce Beckham
%with special guest Jordan Davis and more to be announced