This One's for You is Luke Combs' debut studio album that was released on June 2, 2017 by River House Artists and Columbia Nashville.
- Out There 3:23
- Memories Are Made Of 3:36
- Lonely One 3:26
- Beer Can 3:30
- Hurricane 3:43
- One Number Away 3:42
- Don't Tempt Me 3:31
- When It Rains It Pours 4:02
- This One's For You 3:51
- Be Careful What You Wish For 2:55
- I Got Away With You 3:50
- Honky Tonk Highway 3:30
Luke Combs co-wrote all twelve songs on the album. He told Nash Country Daily that he considered it "a good synopsis of who I am" and "I don't think there’s one track that sounds the same as another."
"This One's for You" debuted at number five on the US Billboard 200 on its release in June 2017, selling 43,000 album-equivalent units of which 35,000 copies were pure album sales in its first week.
It also debuted at number one on the US Top Country Albums chart. During its second week, the album dropped to number 33 selling an additional 8,700 units.
In June 2018, "This One's for You" had its biggest week when it returned to number one on Top Country Albums with 55,000 equivalent album units (23,000 in traditional album sales) consumed.
As of the chart dated July 20, 2019, the album has spent 41 weeks at No. 1 on Top Country Albums, marking the third longest reign in the chart's history.
On March 8, 2019, the album was certified double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for combined sales and album-equivalent units of over two million units. As of July 2019, it has sold 501,200 copies in the United States.
Upon release of "This One's for You Too", the album reached a new peak of number four on the Billboard 200 in June 2018.
Stephen Thomas Erlewine of AllMusic rated the album 3.5 out of 5 stars, praising the ballads and noting that "The tension between Combs' traditional side and modern inclinations is what gives This One's for You some freshness and it surfaces often."
Chuck Dauphin of Sounds Like Nashville wrote that "vocals are one thing that Combs has in his favor. You get the feeling that no producer had to coach him to be country", while also praising Combs's songwriting."