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* SongOfSongTitles: "What's Your Country Song"

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* MassiveMultiplayerCrossover: His 2020 single "Be a Light" features Music/RebaMcEntire, [[Music/LadyA Hillary Scott]], Chris Tomlin, ''and'' Music/KeithUrban.


* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: His first album was more defined by "bro-country" as opposed to his poppier and more lyrical second and third albums. It also split production duties among Jay Joyce, Luke Laird, and Michael Knox instead of his usual producers, Dann Huff and Julian Bunetta.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: His first album was more defined by indebted to "bro-country" as opposed to than his poppier and later works, which found him recording more lyrical second lyric-driven and third albums. It often romantic country-pop. The debut album also split production duties among has different producers; Jay Joyce, Luke Laird, and Michael Knox Knox, and Luke Laird alternated instead of his usual producers, production team of Dann Huff and Julian Bunetta.



* WeddingBellsForSomeoneElse: "Marry Me" starts to sound like the narrator is about to his marry his lover, until the line "She wanna get married, but she don't wanna marry me" reveals that she's dumped him for someone else.

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* WeddingBellsForSomeoneElse: "Marry Me" starts to sound like the narrator is about to his marry his lover, until the line WhamLine "She wanna get married, but she don't wanna marry me" reveals that she's dumped him for someone else.


Thomas Rhett Akins Jr. (born March 30, 1990), better known as Thomas Rhett, is a CountryMusic singer from TheNewTens. The son of singer-songwriter Rhett Akins ("That Ain't My Truck"), he is signed to Big Machine Records, an indie label that is also home to Music/TimMcGraw, Music/TaylorSwift, and Music/RascalFlatts.

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Thomas Rhett Akins Jr. (born March 30, 1990), better known as Thomas Rhett, is a CountryMusic singer from TheNewTens. The son of singer-songwriter Rhett Akins ("That Ain't My Truck"), he is signed to Big Machine Records, an indie label that is also home to Music/TimMcGraw, Music/TaylorSwift, and Music/RascalFlatts.
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* WeddingBellsForSomeoneElse: "Marry Me" starts to sound like the narrator is about to his marry his lover, until the line "She wanna get married, but she don't wanna marry me" reveals that she's dumped him for someone else.



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* ''Center Point Road'' (2019)


* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: His first album was more defined by "bro-country" as opposed to his poppier and more lyrical second and third albums.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: His first album was more defined by "bro-country" as opposed to his poppier and more lyrical second and third albums. It also split production duties among Jay Joyce, Luke Laird, and Michael Knox instead of his usual producers, Dann Huff and Julian Bunetta.


Thomas Rhett Akins Jr (born March 30, 1990), better known as Thomas Rhett, is a CountryMusic singer from TheNewTens. He is the son of Rhett Akins, who had a couple hits in TheNineties and switched to songwriting in the noughties (both by himself and as one-third of The Peach Pickers). Thomas Rhett is signed to Big Machine Records, an indie label that is also home to Music/TimMcGraw, Music/TaylorSwift, and Music/RascalFlatts.

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Thomas Rhett Akins Jr Jr. (born March 30, 1990), better known as Thomas Rhett, is a CountryMusic singer from TheNewTens. He is the The son of singer-songwriter Rhett Akins, who had a couple hits in TheNineties and switched to songwriting in the noughties (both by himself and as one-third of The Peach Pickers). Thomas Rhett Akins ("That Ain't My Truck"), he is signed to Big Machine Records, an indie label that is also home to Music/TimMcGraw, Music/TaylorSwift, and Music/RascalFlatts.


* HappilyMarried: Adores his wife, as his songs such as "Star Of The Show", "Life Changes", and "Die A Happy Man" all show.


Rhett made his debut in 2012 with "Something to Do with My Hands", followed by "Beer with Jesus", both of which made Top 20 on the country charts, but his breakthrough came in 2013 when "It Goes Like This" spent three weeks at the top of the country airplay charts, followed by "Get Me Some of That" and "Make Me Wanna". His second album produced further chart-toppers with "Crash and Burn", "Die a Happy Man" (his biggest hit to date), "T-Shirt", and "Star of the Show". ''Life Changes'' has produced the singles "Craving You" (featuring Maren Morris), "Unforgettable", and "Marry Me".

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Rhett made his debut in 2012 with "Something to Do with My Hands", followed by "Beer with Jesus", both of which made Top 20 on the country charts, but his breakthrough came in 2013 when "It Goes Like This" spent three weeks at the top of the country airplay charts, followed by "Get Me Some of That" and "Make Me Wanna". His second album produced further chart-toppers with "Crash and Burn", "Die a Happy Man" (his biggest hit to date), "T-Shirt", and "Star of the Show". ''Life Changes'' has produced the singles "Craving You" (featuring Maren Morris), "Unforgettable", and "Marry Me".
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* HappilyMarried: Adores his wife, as his songs such as "Star Of The Show", "Life Changes", and "Die A Happy Man" all show.


* AdvertisedExtra: Maren Morris is credited for her backing vocals on "Craving You".

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* AdvertisedExtra: Maren Morris Music/MarenMorris is credited for her backing vocals on "Craving You".

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