It's nothing new for Luke Combs to notch another chart achievement, after all, his first eight singles have all hit number one on the Billboard Country Airplay chart, with seven of them spending multiple weeks at the top spot.

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But Luke just made Billboard history on the album side of things.

According to Billboard, Combs has become the first artist in the 56-year history of the Billboard Top Country Albums chart to spend 25 weeks or more at number one with his first two studio albums!

His debut, This One's For You spent 50 weeks at number one (tied with Shania Twain's Come On Over for the most weeks ever at the top spot) and What You See Is What You Get has now spent 25 weeks at number one (currently).

Luke broke Taylor Swift's first two albums record, which each spent 24 weeks or more at number one -- and we know how successful Taylor has become.

This has only happened three other times, but never for an artist's FIRST TWO albums.

Alabama: their Feels So Right and Mountain Music albums both spent 28 weeks at number one.

Garth Brooks: No Fences spent 41 weeks at number one while Ropin' the Wind spent 33 weeks at number one.

Shania Twain: The Woman In Me spent 29 weeks at number one and her mega-successful album Come On Over spent 50 weeks at number one.

It's still possible What You See Is What You Get is able to log even more weeks at number one, but this accomplishment is incredible -- especially in 2020.

The only other artists that have ever done this with any album are country legends. Incredible!