Bridges has kept busy with appearances across the world including but not limited to performing at The White House for President Obama, the Library of Congress, the Museum Of Modern Art Film Benefit - A Tribute To Tom Hanks and Tom Ford New York Fashion Week event. He has also opened for the Rolling Stones in Europe and Harry Styles in South America.
Shortly thereafter, Bridges released "Bet Ain't Worth the Hand", "Bad Bad News" and “Beyond” the first offerings off his contemporary and stylistically broader second album, Good Thing, released in May 2018. Critics heralded Good Thing for its modern R&B sound, lush production and joyous songwriting. Leon, who has been nominated for four Grammy Awards, took home his first ever win for Best Traditional R&B performance for “Bet Ain’t Worth the Hand”.