Triple Tigers recording artist Scotty McCreery has the No. 1 single on both theBillboard and Mediabase/Country Aircheck Country Airplay charts for a second week with his romantic love song “This Is It.” This is McCreery's first single to stay at No. 1 for two consecutive weeks. 

"Thanks to the FANS! Coming up on 8 years of being on this crazy ride, and y’all make it all worth it," shares McCreery on his Facebook and Instagram pages. "Please know I never take your love and support for granted! I’ve loved seeing you all on the road and getting to know you, and love coming on here every day and seeing your comments! Love y’all!"

“This Is It” is the second single from McCreery’s 2018 album, Seasons Change, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Albums Chart. McCreery, who married longtime love Gabi Dugal in June 2018, wrote the song with Frank Rogers and Aaron Eshuis specifically about his heartfelt proposal. Footage from their wedding can be seen in the single’s music video which topped the "GAC Top 20 Countdown" for multiple weeks. Their wedding was spotlighted in both People and The Knot, with the couple also featured on the current cover of Southern Bride“This Is It” follows McCreery’s deeply reflective and acclaimed “Five More Minutes,” which reached the No. 1 spot last February just ahead of the album’s release and is nearing double-Platinum status.
Achieving one of the strongest first weeks for a country music album in the last year, Seasons Changemoved over 40,000 albums in the first week alone. For the first time, McCreery is featured as a songwriter on all the album’s tracks. With themes such as losing loved ones, moving out on his own, falling in love and coming of age, Seasons Change is a reflective and honest narrative of the artist’s experience navigating life in his early twenties. The album was produced by Frank Rogers, Aaron Eshuis and Derek Wells.

Fans can still catch McCreery on the road all year. Visit for tour dates. His third single off of Seasons Change will be announced soon.

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