He’s bagged the current Rushonrock Record Of The Week.

And it looks like there’s no stopping the new king of country, Luke Combs.

What You See Is What You Get debuted this week at number one on the Billboard 200 chart in the US.

And it topped Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart with 172,000 equivalent units sold. 

It is also a global chart topper – hitting number one on all genre charts in Canada and Australia. 

The record enjoyed the largest streaming week ever for a country album with 74 million on-demand streams. 

In the UK, What You See Is What You Get achieved the highest ever week one streams for a country album.

It also topped the country chart to become one of the biggest selling country albums by a male artist in the last decade.

These achievements add to a triumphant year for Combs, who won two prizes last week at the 53rd Annual CMA Awards.

He scooped Male Vocalist of the Year and Song of the Year (Beautiful Crazy). 

Combs also performed his number one single Beer Never Broke My Heart during the live broadcast.

Combs will be returning to the UK in 2020 as a headliner for the C2C Festival. 

The singer songwriter will be playing in Glasgow on Friday March 13, Dublin on Saturday March 14 and London’s 02 Arena on Saturday March 15.

Produced by Scott Moffatt, What You See Is What You Get features 17 songs including the five tracks from The Prequel EP. 

The EP debuted at number one on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart with all five tracks charting on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs Top 25 – a feat not accomplished by any artist in 60 years since Johnny Cash in 1959. 

The release also propelled Combs to the largest streaming week ever for a country artist with 73 million on-demand streams. 

Additionally, The Prequel’s lead single, Beer Never Broke My Heart reached number one on both Billboard ’s Country Airplay and Mediabase/Country Aircheck charts. 

This is Combs’ sixth consecutive chart topper – a first on the Billboard Country Airplay chart and his fastest-rising single to date (13 weeks).