Luke Combs’ “Hurricane” Blows Into the Billboard Top 10 for the First Time

Luke Combs’ “Hurricane” Blows Into the Billboard Top 10 for the First Time

With his debut single, “Hurricane,” reaching No. 9 on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart after 25 weeks, Luke Combs reached another milestone in his burgeoning career this week: his first Top 10 hit.

“It’s been an unbelievable ride since releasing ‘Hurricane,’” says Luke to Nash Country Daily. “It started out way down in the 60s when it was released, which is what you would expect from a new artist, but it has really taken on a life of its own. Making my first trip to Vegas for the ACMs and living it up, it’s just been so cool.”

Luke will drop his debut album, This One’s for You, on June 2. The 12-song offering features a dozen songs that Luke co-wrote. He also designed the cover art himself.

“I think the album is a good synopsis of who I am,” says Luke. “I don’t think there’s one track that sounds the same as another. It’s not in one lane. From track to track it’s different every time. That’s the way I approach my writing. I don’t go in and say I need to write a song like ‘Drink in My Hand’ by Eric Church. I just go in and the best song that I have in me comes out. I’m not afraid to put it out there.”

This One’s For You Track Listing

  1. “Out There”
  2. “Memories Are Made Of”
  3. “Lonely One”
  4. “Beer Can”
  5. “Hurricane”
  6. “One Number Away”
  7. “Don’t Tempt Me”
  8. “When It Rains It Pours”
  9. “This One’s For You”
  10. “Be Careful What You Wish For”
  11. “I Got Away With You”
  12. “Honky Tonk Highway”

 

photo by Jason Simanek

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