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Sam Hunt Throws A ‘House Party’ At CMT Artists Of The Year 2015

Wed, December 2, 2015 9:46pm EDT by 3 Comments

How swoon-worthy was Sam Hunt during his performance at CMT Artists of The Year 2015? The adorable country superstar was on his A-game with a raucous performance of ‘House Party,’ and we were absolutely in love!

Sam Hunt, 30, brought the house down at the CMT Artists of The Year 2015 ceremony, held on December 2, with an insane performance of “House Party.” We knew that Sam was going to be incredible — this ceremony was all about honoring his prowess, after all! But this performance was on a whole different level! Talk about an artist of the year!

Are you like us; is “House Party” one of your all-time favorite songs of Sam’s? Interestingly, every other recipient of the CMT Artists of The Year awards were paid tribute by another artist playing one of their hit songs, but Sam took the stage himself to treat the audience to the real deal. What a way to end the night!

There’s huge reason that Sam was one of the five honorees at the CMT Artists of The Year 2015 special. He absolutely earned it after a stellar 2015! At the 2015 American Music Awards, Sam was selected as the New Artist of the Year, for his amazing leap into the country music scene. After spending years writing hits for huge artists like Kenny Chesney and Keith Urban, he put himself in the spotlight by releasing his first single, “Leave The Night On” in 2014 — and he’s been a powerhouse ever since!

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Sam was also named New Artist of the Year at the 2015 Academy of Country Music Awards and at the Taste of Country Music Awards. If he wasn’t selected as one of the five CMT Artists of the Year, something would have to be seriously wrong! And with his incredible performance of “House Party,” he just proved that he’s here to stay! CLICK HERE to buy a copy of Sam’s album!

HollywoodLifers, what did you think about Sam’s performance? Tell us in the comments!