What does one do when they want to garner success? Well in this day in age we take to social media. And of course, that’s exactly what country music artist Luke Combs is doing on Twitter.
A newly released video that’s around two-minutes long shows Luke Combs talking directly to the camera. He’s asking his fans to purchase his new single “Forever After All” on iTunes or Amazon. This song’s off Combs’ brand new deluxe album “What You See Ain’t Always What You Get.”
Combs writes, “Update: WE have a chance to make history. Never has a song debuted at No. 1 on The Hot 100 & Hot Country Songs Chart. To further help make this happen for “Forever After All,” purchase the song on iTunes or Amazon for $1.29. Thank y’all for everything you do. Love you guys.”
Combs starts by thanking his fans for the support and then saying, “I don’t do stuff like this a lot, but we have an incredible chance to make some incredible history this week.” As the video plays, he also mentions that this has never been done by a country song. The artist addresses the competition has access to certain resources that he’s lacking.
Fans can still show their support for the award-winning country music artist by purchasing his music and helping him write his name in the history books. Support is pouring in on Twitter and fans seem to be stepping up in Combs’ time of need.
Combs goes on delivering the message behind the video, “I just want to put my best foot forward and I just really want to be able to do this. I think we have a really rare opportunity to do something that nobody’s ever done. I couldn’t rest easy at night knowing that I didn’t try as hard as I possibly could.”
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This comes on the heels of Combs’ newest collaboration with Crocs. This will be the third shoe launch with the company. It’ll feature a white shoe with a black skull for style. Like the other launches, this cagey-shoe will only be around for a limited time.
The clogs drop on November 10 at noon. But, if you are a fan club member, called Bootleggers, Combs announced members will have early access.