Luke Combs certainly isn't one to inspire the famous lyric "That don't impress me much." The singer's debut project, This One's For You, has notched 50 non-consecutive weeks at the No. 1 spot of Billboard's Top Country Albums chart, which is good enough to tie for the longest-ever reign with Shania Twain's formidable 1997 classic Come on Over.

Twain's signature set, which includes such hits as "Man! I Feel Like a Woman," "That Don't Impress Me Much" and "You're Still the One," also hit 50 weeks on the chart at the very top.

Combs' debut has also broken the record for most weeks at No. 1 on the Top Country Albums chart for a male artist, a feat previously held by country music legend Randy Travis with his seminal 1987 album Always and Forever.

Combs is poised to release his upcoming album, What You See Is What You Get on Nov. 8. He has been teasing music from the release, including an Instagram post noting part of the track listing and a collaboration with Eric Church. He will also be going on tour to support his effort, with dates and tickets available here.

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