Thomas Rhett has scored his sixth No. 1 song in a row with "T-Shirt," the third single off of his sophomore album, Tangled Up.

"T-Shirt" reached No. 1 on the Billboard Country Airplay and Mediabase charts. His other recent No. 1s include "Die a Happy Man" and "Crash and Burn," both from Tangled Up.

“I couldn’t be more pumped that country radio jumped all over “T-Shirt,” because I have wanted to put it out since my first record,” shares Rhett. “Everyone has been in that fun ‘honeymoon’ phase of dating, which is what this song is all about."

Indeed, the singer calls the Ashley Gorley, Luke Laird and Shane McAnally-penned tune "the song that held on." Tim McGraw had the track on hold for a while, and when McGraw released it, Rhett snapped it up.

"Once he let it go, I latched that thing down and couldn’t wait to cut it and put it on my second album," Rhett recalls.

As if six No. 1 songs weren't enough, Rhett has selected "Vacation" as his new single, and released it immediately, to celebrate his success.

""Vacation" is fast becoming one of my favorite songs to play live," Rhett admits. "It's all about letting loose and having fun, wherever you are, and that's what we want people to do at our shows. We want our shows to be a mini vacation for everyone, from the front to the back. And hopefully, if you are stuck in traffic or on your way to work, this song will take you to that place for a few minutes."

Both "T-Shirt and "Vacation" are available for download now on iTunes.

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