Chris Stapleton Wins 2022 Grammy For Best Country Solo Performance For ‘You Should Probably Leave’
The 2022 Grammy for Best Country Solo Performance goes to Chris Stapleton for “You Should Probably Leave.”
“They said it’s a solo performance but it’s not really,” Stapleton said. “There’s all of the guys in the band on this record, engineers, and producers make these things happen.”
Chris Stapleton thanked his wife for pushing him to rework the song to finally have the track on an album.
“I’m so proud to get this award… I’m shocked every time. I don’t know what to say. It’s incredible!”
The country crooner also took home the Best Country Song Grammy for “Cold” just moments later.
On Sunday, April 3, The 64th Annual Grammys aired live from Las Vegas. Prior to the CBS telecast at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, the premiere ceremony took place. The Recording Academy gives out the majority of the 86 awards at this time.
Best Country Solo Performance nominees included “Forever After All” by Luke Combs, “Remember Her Name” by Mickey Guyton, and “All I Do Is Drive” by Jason Isbell. Additionally, Kacey Musgraves’ “Camera Roll” was up for the honor.
Beyond the Grammy For Best Country Solo Performance
Luke Combs wrote “Forever After All” with Rob Williford & Drew Parker.
“I wrote this song obviously about my wife Nicole,” Combs said. “And it was the first song that I had written in our new house that we live in here in Tennessee. It just felt like we were taking a huge step forward with our relationship and with our life, and wanted to encompass that in a song.”
The song ended up going No. 1 and it quickly became a fan favorite. It was the sixth chart topper off of his record. The music video featured footage from Luke and Nicole’s beach wedding. The personal meaning behind the song and it acheieving such success meant the world to the country crooner.
“It’s incredible, and it’s all thanks to the fans,” he added. “We have a really great team – from management, to label, to band and crew, and we’ve been lucky that country radio has embraced us, which means the world to me. I’m forever grateful to everybody that’s helped get my songs out there.”