Brett Young celebrated his second Number One hit, "In Case You Didn't Know," with a party in downtown Nashville at Florida Georgia Line's new FGL House restaurant and bar yesterday (Monday, July 17th). The ballad follows up Brett's debut single and first Number One, "Sleep Without You," which topped the charts last year. He co-wrote both songs.

Brett tells us that as far as he's concerned, the pressure is really on now. ["I remember after the first Number One everybody went, 'Does that like kind of take the pressure off now?' 'What are you talking about? No!' Now I'm terrified cause my expectations have been set and I'm worried that not every song will follow suit and so it's even worse after the second one doing it in the best way. I mean, the athlete in me now wants to win again next time so it's been really, really flattering and humbling and that a song like this has had this much success cause, you know, coming with a sappy ballad is always kind of risky so the fact that people have kind of connected to this one the way that they have and we have this kind of momentum going into the next single is very exciting."] SOUNDCUE (:36 OC: . . . is very exciting.)

Brett's brand new single is called "Like I Loved You," which he also co-wrote.

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