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Today In Country Music History: How Do You Like Me Now?!

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Toby Keith’s first album for Dreamworks Records was a huge one.  It was his first CD since parting ways with Mercury records and it went platinum.  With the singles, “You Shouldn’t Kiss Me Like This”, “Country Comes To Town”, and the title track, “How Do You Like Me Now?!” Toby Keith began to really make his mark on country music.

According to Wikipedia, Billboard magazine named “How Do You Like Me Now” the biggest song of 2000.  It spent a whole 5 weeks at the top of the charts and it was today in 1999 that the album of the same name was released.

 

For more country music history that occurred on November 2nd, check out CMT.com.

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