Thomas Rhett's Debut Album Has a Little Rock, Hip-Hop and, Uh, Bee Gees Feel?

Title track for It Goes Like This has spent three weeks at No. 1.

photo by Kristin Barlowe/BMLG

It's release day (Oct. 29) for Thomas Rhett's debut album, It Goes Like This, and he's off to a good start: The title track has been No. 1 for three weeks.

But Thomas’ album promises a lot of diversity when you get past the three hits that it has already produced.

“There’s songs that’ll make you laugh, songs that’ll make you cry, songs that make you just stricly want to dance,” he told reporters recently.

“If I could say one thing about it, I would say it’s all me, whether it’s a slow ballad or an ’80s Bee Gees-feeling song or got a little bit of hip-hop twist to it or rock twist,” Thomas said. “I just kind of want to be known as the guy that can kind of pull off anything.”

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