To say that Thomas Rhett has been in a groove would be an understatement as the second-generation country star has exceeded any and all expectations he had for himself to become one of country music’s biggest stars. Recently in Nashville, Thomas Rhett got together with the songwriters behind “Craving You” (Dave Barnes & Julian Bunetta) and “Unforgettable” (Ashley Gorley, Shane McAnally, & Bunetta) to toast those Platinum and Gold single’s chart-topping success, respectively. During the ceremony, Thomas Rhett was honored with a pair of RIAA Gold certifications; One for current hit “Marry Me” and one for the six-month-old album which houses all three hits: Life Changes.
Next week, Thomas Rhett will be honored as a CMA Triple Play Award recipient. The award honors songwriters who write three #1 songs in a 12 month period (in his case for “Die A Happy Man,” “Star Of The Show” and Michael Ray’s “Think A Little Less”). An ACM and iHeartRadio Music Awards winner, Thomas Rhett is set to defend his Country Artist of the Year award from the latter award program along with competing in the Country Song of the Year category with “Unforgettable.”