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Rhett celebrates hits with September vinyl release

Wednesday, June 7, 2023 – Thomas Rhett today announced the upcoming release of a retrospective vinyl collection celebrating his 20 number one hits in 10 years, "20 NUMBER ONES," out Sept. 29.

Set to include all 20 chart toppers so far and current single, "Angels (Don't Always Have Wings)," as a bonus track, it's a project tracing Rhett's career.

"To have 20 number ones is beyond wild - honestly more than I ever could have imagined," said Rhett. "I'm grateful to have hit this milestone, but mostly it's just exciting to look back at this journey so far and see how these songs represent the different chapters of my life — and hopefully the Home Team feels the same way. I want to say thank you to everyone for letting me be a part of the special moments in life - it's hard to put into words what these past 10 years mean to me. Can't wait for another great 10."

Rhett broke o8ut in 2012 with "It Goes Like This." P>The track listing is:
It Goes Like This
Get Me Some Of That
Make Me Wanna
Crash And Burn
Die A Happy Man

Star Of The Show
Craving You (featuring Maren Morris)
Marry Me

Life Changes
Look What God Gave Her
Remember You Young
Beer Can't Fix (featuring Jon Pardi)
Be A Light (featuring Reba McEntire, Hillary Scott, Chris Tomlin, Keith Urban)

What's Your Country Song
Country Again
Slow Down Summer
Half Of Me (featuring Riley Green)
Bonus Track - Angels (Don't Always Have Wings)

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