Luke Combs’ hit “Forever After All” goes platinum
Luc Combs got another Platinum certification!
Country superstar hit “Forever After All” was officially certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
Although he has only released two full albums to date, the North Carolina native has established himself as one of the most sought-after artists in country music with the accolades he continues to earn. The results and accolades speak for themselves, from his massive headlining tours to supporting tours with Brantley Gilbert and Jason Aldean earlier in his career. The superstar also has an ever-growing award list, including a CMA award for Male Vocalist of the Year, and many more, the list goes on and on.
The Heart-Melting Track is the third single in a three-part trilogy about his wife Nicole Hocking Combs, as the singer previously shared, “first came” Beautiful Crazy, “then” Better Together “and now “Forever After All”.
Originally published almost a year ago and written in January 2019 by Combs alongside Rob Williford and Drew Parker, the country hitmaker released “Forever After All”, and it goes without saying that it was one of his biggest hits to date. In fact, the song crushed streaming recordings across the board, impressive in a market where country music has not always done very well on streaming services. Now this song has also reached a major sales milestone.
According to the RIAA, the song was certified Platinum for sales of a million copies, definitely a milestone in Combs’ career to date. One listen to that song – and really pretty much everything from his two full albums – and you know the man was born to be a star.
The country superstar released the song on the deluxe edition of her 2019 chart-topping album, What you see is what you get, nicknamed What you see is not always what you get, which included 5 new tracks, including “Forever After All”.
“They say nothing lasts forever / But they haven’t seen us together / Or the way the moonlight dances in your eyes / And I know there’ll be that moment / The good Lord is calling one of us at home and / The one won don’t have the other by their side / But god knows it won’t last too long / Maybe some things last forever after all, ”Combs sings in the chorus.
Combs and Nicole tied the knot on August 1, 2020 in an intimate ceremony on the beach. Despite the threat of Hurricane Isaias, the couple got married at their South Florida home surrounded by family and plan to have a much larger ceremony with family and friends in 2021, according to a representative from the singer.