HunterGirl Shares Brand New Song “Bad Boy”

HunterGirl shares brand new song, “Bad Boy,” available now, May 17th, on all streaming platforms. Listen to the brand new track below.

With driving guitars remnant of some of Kelly Clarkson’s biggest hits, HunterGirl’s new single, “Bad Boy,” finds her unapologetically attracted to the type of guy who may not quite be good for her. On the roaring uptempo, she admits she likes guys “with issues,” tattoos, cigarettes, and who just might be a “guitar player in a band.”

Released in advance of the June 7 release of her debut EP, Tennessee Girl, “Bad Boy” is a pure piece of pop country ear candy. Now signed to BBR Music Group, the American Idol runner is ready to make a splash on her own and find herself a “bad boy.”

“Yeah I know my daddy’s gonna really hate this song // Yeah I got it bad for someone bad for me // You can really kiss // I can barely breathe // Only kind of crazy // I could  ever need // And it’ll only be good, only be good to me… I really got it bad for a bad boy.”

For rising star HunterGirl, “Bad Boy” is a roaring uptempo that is sure to endear her to new and old fans alike.

HunterGirl’s new song, “Bad Boy” out now, May 17th, on all streaming platforms.

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about future HunterGirl releases.

To keep up with the singer-songwriter, follow her on Instagram, TikTok, X/Twitter, and Facebook.

“Bad Boy” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

Reid Haughton: ‘Higher Than 9’ – Debut Album Review

Reid Haughton shares debut album, Higher Than 9, out now, May 17th, on all streaming platforms. Listen to the brand new project below.

While River House artist Reid Haughton may not be a household name just yet, the Alabama native is poised to make a splash with his new album, Higher Than 9, out now. With a country-soul-meets-rock-and-roll sound that finds him channeling a mix of Eric Church and early Keith Urban, his trajectory can only be upwards.

Higher Than 9 is everything that I love,” He shared on social media. “It’s the feeling that only music can give you. It’s rock songs, love songs, groove songs, and everything in between. I poured my heart and soul into this and I’m so thankful for everyone who’s a part of it.”

Haughton is an unpolished gem in the best way, not tainted by a need to bend to current trends or sounds, but instead appreciating swirling guitars, unapologetic lyrics, and raw vocals. The album is a mix of rock-laden blue-collared anthems, including a cover of the Charlie Daniels’ classic, “Long Haired Country Boy.”

The album’s title track sets the mood immediately, a driving celebration of love, seen through rock-tinted glasses as Haughton growls that he’s “on some cloud higher than 9.” Meanwhile, “Man Made Money” is a catchy and tongue-in-cheek ode to the expensive taste of a woman, with the Alabama native musing, “She loves to spend it and so I save…God made women, So man made money.”

With the confidence and swagger of a seasoned frontman, Haughton growls through heartbreak and drinking all day on the gritty and swampy stomper of “It Don’t Hurt.” “If it wasn’t for the weed, the wine, the whiskey // I’d be low down in the dirt // I feel a whole lot better, once the buzz gets to work // No drowning myself sure as hell don’t help, but it don’t hurt.”

“Mendoza Line” is ripe with harmonicas and slide guitars, while “Don’t Get Wet” finds him wise beyond his years, scatting that worrying will get you nowhere. You could try hiding from the rain // Thinking that umbrella is going to keep you safe from the storm brewing up ahead… better jump in the water so you don’t get wet.”

Haughton deals with love and relationships on songs like “Flicker,” which finds him dealing with a dangerous woman, and her hold on him. Likewise, “Got to Give.” On the latter, he muses that a woman “don’t want nothing except all I’ve got to give,” while “Flicker” finds him standing “too close to the flame… I ain’t tryna say that I still miss her // But every now and then that flame still flickers.”

The album ends with “The Crow,” a more sparse and acoustic track than the others on the album that finds the singer-songwriter’s voice laced with remorse. “I bet you can tell, that it’s all gone to hell, that I look like somebody, who stayed in something, a little too long,” He sings on the blissfully moody track, voice laced with soul. “It’s a long way home, even if you got wings, I ain’t gonna get nowhere, sitting and wondering what the crow brings.”

From Higher Than 9, it’s clear why Reid Haughton already has a devoted following, but it’s only a matter of time before he’s a mega star.

 

Higher Than 9 Track List:

  1. “Higher Than 9”
  2. “It Don’t Hurt”
  3. “Man Made Money”
  4. “Don’t Get Wet”
  5. “Got to Give”
  6. “Flicker”
  7. “Mendoza Line”
  8. “Longed Haired Country Boy”
  9. “The Crow”

Country Swag Picks:

  1. “It Don’t Hurt”
  2. “Don’t Get Wet”
  3. “Man Made Money”
  4. “Higher Than 9”
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Reid Haughton shares debut album, ‘Higher Than 9,’ out now on all streaming platforms.

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about future Reid Haughton releases.

To keep up with Reid Haughton, follow him on Instagram , Facebook, Twitter, and TikTok.

Higher Than 9 is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Who is Lily Rose? The Story Behind Her Journey to Country Music (2024)

Who is Lily Rose? The singer-songwriter joined us to chat about her journey to country music. Get to know the rising star here…

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Quick Facts:

Full Names – Lily Rose Williamson
Birthdates – 09/11/1993
Hometown – Atlanta, Georgia
Current City – Nashville, Tennessee
Musical Influences – Bruce Springsteen, Katy Perry, Keith Urban
Label – Big Loud Records / Back Blocks Music / Republic Records
Current Single – “Back Pew”  // as of date of article: 5/13/24

The Beginning:

Back in 2021, we introduced you to viral, country newcomer, Lily Rose. In the past three years, Rose has garnered millions of fans and has become much more than her viral sensation, “Villain.” We reconnected with the singer-songwriter and chatted about her journey thus far and her new music that came out last week (5/10).

“I’m from Atlanta, Georgia, and my parents always had music playing in the house and took the plunge of letting me get a drum set and a guitar when I was a kid. They always just let me chase my dreams,” shared Rose, reminding us exactly how essential music was to her upbringing. Rose spent her childhood cultivating her sound and really delving into the music that she loved. According to the singer, she grew up listening to many different genres of music, taking inspiration along the way.

She credits her parents for her early musical influences, as well as their unconditional support in her and her interests. “My parents would take me to concerts when I was just eleven years old. And they let me stay and watch the guys in Mexican restaurants sing ‘one more song’,” she laughs. “They always fed into whatever my passions were and I think it’s really important for parents to do that outside of sports and academics.”

The Turning Point:

After graduating high school, Rose attended school in Athens, Georgia, where her love of music really hit its peak. “That’s where I started playing music and being on stage, and really tried to do the Lily Rose thing and not just write songs in my bedroom anymore,” shared the singer.

Despite wanting to move to Los Angeles to pursue music, Rose made the move to Nashville, after realizing that country music could be her future, thanks to Sam Hunt. “He’s kind of my North Star, and always has been when it comes to country music,” she shared. Adding, “When I was about to move up to town, I always wanted to move to LA and come and write country, but I just didn’t see myself being a country artist, until Sam came on the scene in 2014 and changed my whole perception of country music.”

Around the same time that Rose started to cut her teeth in Nashville, she download TikTok, which went on to change her life. “I moved up to Nashville, and I was here working every part-time job I could think of just trying to get a deal, and then I posted “Villain” on TikTok at the end of 2020, and everything changed, and here we are.”

Today:

Flash forward to today, Rose just released her best music to date. Her new EP, Runnin’ Outta Time speaks to her journey thus far, as well as, her true, authentic nature that is evident across her catalog of music. “I think everyday is different. There are some days where I’m like “hey I’m proposing to my girlfriend in a week, let’s write a song about it,” and then this next chapter of music, I kind of had to recenter myself a bit, and truly figure out who I am in the amidst of really crazy partying culture and trying to be the best me I can be at the same time. It just depends on the day, but I always try to be the most authentic that I can.”

The new project features six songs that all tell a unique story, while still feeling relatable to the listener. “‘Parking Lot’ is the oldest of them all. We wrote that in 2021, and I’ve always loved it. It never was really moving the needle in the A&R meetings in what we were going to cut, so I just started to play it out with Sam Hunt, and it kind of convinced everybody. But the other five songs, we’ve written in the last ten months,” shared the singer.

According to the entertainer, she really found her Nashville crew in songwriting, which allowed her to create this body of work. “We can attack [writing songs] whole-heartedly, and these six songs are kind of an example of where I’m at in my life right now. The crossroads of one street being I’m going balls to the wall partying, we are touring and I’ve been married for a year, and we’ve been celebrating and just having the time of our lives, and the other street of always trying to be the best version of myself that I can, always trying to be the pest person, sister, wife daughter, friend, while also trying to make sure I’m doing it all, while working on my relationship with God. So it’s all this really cool layout of what my life has looked like these last ten months, and we put it into songs.”

While this EP may be the best body of work Rose has put out thus far, in the words of the stellar singer,“I feel like we’re just getting started.” Fans can catch the singer on the road with Luke Bryan this season. Checkout all of her tour dates here and stay tuned for even more new music!

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Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news and announcements about future Lily Rose releases.

To keep up with Lily Rose, follow her on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

Lily Rose’s music is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Dierks Bentley Shares His Rendition of “American Girl”

Dierks Bentley shares his new rendition of Tom Petty’s iconic song, “American Girl,” available on all streaming platforms. Listen to the brand new track below.

There are many artists in music history that are celebrated by today’s best artists. One of those artists is Tom Petty. In the forthcoming tribute album to Petty called Petty Country: A Country Music Celebration of Tom Petty, due out June 21st, country artists are joining forces to pay homage to the many iconic songs Petty has released over the years. Superstar, Dierks Bentley lends his voice to the classic song, “American Girl.”

In a recent press release, Bentley shared “Petty’s southern roots shined through across his songwriting and storytelling. He might not have ever been considered as country, but you can’t go into a bar in Nashville without hearing this song”. Adding, “It is one of the greatest songs in a life’s work of great American songs. The spirit of this woman, the idea of such relentless hope – and disappointment – ignites such a spark. Jon and I were driven to make that feeling of American roots stand tall.”

Bentley recently took to Good Morning America for a live performance of the iconic track. Check out the full performance below.

“Well, she was an American girl // Raised on promises // She couldn’t help thinkin’ that there // Was a little more to life somewhere else // After all, it was a great big world // With lots of places to run to // And if she had to die tryin’, she // Had one little promise she was gonna keep // Oh yeah, alright // Take it easy, baby // Make it last all night // Yeah, she was an American girl”

Bentley’s rendition of “American Girl” pays homage to the classic, while still feeling reminiscent of Bentley’s signature sound. Fans of both Petty and Bentley will appreciate this new rendition!

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Dierks Bentley shares his rendition of Tom Petty’s song, “American Girl,” out now on all streaming platforms.

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about future Dierks Bentley releases.

To keep up with Dierks Bentley, follow him on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook,

“American Girl” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Jordan Davis Scores Number One Single with “Tucson Too Late”

Jordan Davis earns his seventh number-one song at country radio this week with his single, “Tucson Too Late.” Learn all the details here.

We have said it time and time again, Jordan Davis is one of the most underrated singer-songwriters in the country music genre. Davis continues to crank out hit after hit. Most recently, the singer secured his sixth number one single at country radio with “Next Thing You Know.” Today, he adds to that list, hitting the top spot yet again with his single, “Tucson Too Late.”

Written by Davis with heavy-hitters, brother, Jacob Davis and Josh Jenkins and Matt Jenkins, “Tucson Too Late” is the fourth single off Davis’ sophomore album, Bluebird Days. The track is the perfect song for the singer. It touches on the emotions associated with letting someone you love slip through your fingers.

“In the sky was showing no signs of rain // Ain’t nothing delaying that plane // I’m racing through the desert // Thinking I can catch her // But losing ground in this Chevrolet // That 747 somewhere between here and heaven // And heaven knows I let her slip away // I showed up and she’s gone // Guess I got to Tucson too late”

Congrats to Jordan Davis and his team on his seventh number one at country radio! We are excited to see what single hits the radio airwaves next.

Join our Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about upcoming Jordan Davis announcements and releases.

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“Next Thing You Know” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Brian Kelley: ‘Tennessee Truth’ – Debut Album Review

Brian Kelley shares his debut album, Tennessee Truth, out now, May 10th, on all streaming platforms. Listen to the brand new project below.

When Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard announced the Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum country duo, Florida Georgia Line, would be taking a break so the two could pursue solo careers, Kelley quickly revamped his persona as a “Beach Cowboy” with his release of the tropical Sunshine State of Mind album. The seventeen-track project is an homage to his home-state of Florida, filled with songs about the ocean and the sand. With Tennessee Truth, the diamond-selling superstar returns to his roots with twelve hard-hitting tracks about southern-life. 

“It might’ve been easier to stay in the coastal Country lane,” Kelley admitted in a recent press release, “because that’s what was expected. But I wanted to make music that was all of my life, all the things I love. Because, let’s be honest, the rest of what I’m singing about, lots of people love them too.”

Of the twelve tracks, six of them were previously released, including the country-boy anthems, “How We’re Livin’” and “Trucks, Ducks, Bucks, and Beer,” and the romantic tunes, “Dirt Cheap” and “Dirt Road Date Night.” The record also contains the lead single, “See You Next Summer,” which is Kelley’s highest charting solo release, breaking into the top thirty.

“Girl, I’ve never gone to Jacksonville, Georgia // But after holdin’ you all night, I wanna // ‘Cause this ain’t a margarita, can I get your number // “Meet me by the water” text, hookin’ up // See you next summer”

The album starts off with “Acres,” a catchy tune about how his girl loves having a lot of land to dance, drink, swim, start a fire, and ride around in. The third track, “King Ranch,” covers a similar theme, cleverly calling his wife the “queen of my king ranch.” “Doin’ Nothin’ is a fun, relaxing song about how much the singer enjoys doing nothing with his day.

While most of the album references country life, Kelley also references the beach in tracks like “Barefeet Or Boots” and “10 o’Clock On The Dock.” The former mixes fiddle into a hip-hop beat, as the singer praises how good his girl looks in the sand or in the dirt. The latter is a slow, love song about how serene it is just watching the stars and ocean waves from a dock with his girl. “Goin’ Places” is sexy tune, similar to FGL’s “Talk You Out Of It.” The singer cannot wait until closing time so he and his girl can get some alone time in the bedroom.

The controversial “Kiss My Boots” closes the record. The song is about someone cutting ties with an old friend. Upon its release, many fans speculated that it was directed at his former bandmate. While the lyrics don’t indicate this, Kelley is seen cutting a peach at the end of the music video—the official fruit of Georgia. 

Singers like Kenny Chesney, Jimmy Buffet, and Jake Owen have made careers singing about the beach, and it seemed like Kelley was headed down that road as well. However, the 38-year-old from Florida wanted to show everyone he was still country, and the album undoubtedly proved that. 

Tennessee Truth has shown me what kind of fighter I am. Music continues to guide my life,” he explained. “These songs are the product of a season of learning, exploring, patience, striving, and hustle…These songs are going to live longer than me. This is my life and my world. I wanted people to feel what I feel.”

Tennessee Truth Track List:

  1. Acres
  2. How We’re Livin’
  3. King Ranch
  4. Trucks, Ducks, Bucks & Beer
  5. Goin’ Places
  6. Barefoot or Botos
  7. Dirt Road Date Night
  8. 10 O’Clock On The Dock
  9. See You Next Summer
  10. Doin’ Nothin’
  11. Dirt Cheap
  12. Kiss My Boots

Country Swag Picks:

  1. Acres
  2. See You Next Summer
  3. Kiss My Boots
  4. Barefeet Or Boots
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Brian Kelley shares his debut album, ‘Tennessee Truth,’ out now on all streaming platforms.

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about future Brian Kelley releases.

To keep up with Brian Kelley, follow him on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

Tennessee Truth is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Lily Rose: ‘Runnin’ Outta Time’ – EP Review

Lily Rose shares new EP, Runnin’ Outta Time, out now, May 10th, on all streaming platforms. Listen to the brand new project below.

For rising country star, Lily Rose, the past few years have been a whirlwind of bucket list moments. However, the singer-songwriter found herself getting lost in the pursuit of success. “I really wanted to achieve and keep achieving and came to realize that it’s not the most important thing,” She shares in a statement. “What I need to achieve most is to be a good wife and a good daughter and a good friend — that will keep fueling the fire for the rest of my career.” 

On her new EP, the follow up to her 2021 album, Villain, Rose is honest and vulnerable, reflecting on the goals that mean the most, where she always finds herself returning, and what’s truly important in life. Her lush vocals perfectly accompany an array of country instrumentation on the perfectly crafted collection that is sure to continue her ascension into stardom.

“All I’ve ever wanted to do is write and perform songs just like these. In my opinion, these six songs are the most honest and accurate to who I am as an artist, and it doesn’t happen without a creative village that believes I have something special to say to the world,” The Big Loud recording artist shared on social media.

That “creative village” included the likes of Trannie Anderson, Emily Weisband, Hillary Lindsey, Seth Ennis, and more, who co-penned the collections six tracks, alongside Rose. The result is a stirring and honest body of work.

The Georgia native opens with “The Goal,” a twangy, guitar laden mid-tempo ode to all of her desired accomplishments.  They may range from playing shows to having a song on the radio, but within it all, she realizes that’s not what’s most important. “It took waking up in a quarter life crisis,” She muses. “To figure out what the point of life is.”

“Put family first, but still put the work in //  Live them words in the Sunday sermon //  See a half full glass of Bourbon and make time to go back home // Do what you love, love what you’re doing //  If you say I do, Hell, don’t undo it // Have ‘Good friend, even better human’ // Written on that headstone // Good Lord knows I ain’t there yet but damn is that the goal”

She’s nostalgic on tracks like “Parking Lot” and “True North,” with “Lot” finding her reliving the heyday of her youth, moments that were shared between friends and hard to forget. Likewise, “True North” is a love song to her hometown in Georgia, her inner compass always pointing her back South.

On the confessional “Back Pew,” the singer-songwriter grapples with her spirituality, seeking solace at the back of a church. She may be fifteen minutes late and settling way into the back, but it’s a relatable approach to religion and God that many can appreciate. “At least I showed my face, and showing up here’s the first step…” She admits.  “I got a last ditch prayer for the man upstairs, so Lord would you help me through? Even if I’m in the back pew.”

“Two Flowers” offers a special moment, finding Rose appreciating her uniquely floral name and all that it stands for.  “It wasn’t just some family hand me down ’cause I’m one of a kind // It wasn’t some name from the Bible days, ’cause that ain’t quite my style //  I guess the first time Mama held me, she could see it in my eyes // She named me after two flowers, because I was born to be wild.”

The EP ends with its title track, “Runnin’ Outta Time,” a 90’s-inspired country jaunt about just how fast time flies. “Went to bed at 21, woke up at 29,” She laments, a wistfully playful tone in her voice. “Probably ain’t true but tonight it feels like, I’m runnin’ outta time, for the time of my life.”

While Lily Rose may feel like time is passing her by and she’s Runnin’ Outta Time, this EP proves that she’s only getting started.

Runnin’ Outta Time Track List:

  1. The Goal (Lily Rose, Paul DiGiovanni, Trannie Anderson, Seth Ennis) 
  2. Back Pew (Lily Rose, Emily Weisband, Andy Albert, Paul DiGiovanni)
  3. Parking Lot (Lily Rose, Lindsay Rimes, John Pierce) 
  4. True North (Lily Rose, Trannie Anderson, Hillary Lindsey, David Garcia) 
  5. Two Flowers (Lily Rose, Blake Pendergrass, Paul DiGiovanni) 
  6. Runnin’ Outta Time (Lily Rose, Lydia Vaughan, Blake Pendergrass, David Garcia)

Country Swag Picks:

  1. Parking Lot
  2. The Goal
  3. Runnin’ Outta Time
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Lily Rose shares new EP, ‘Runnin’ Outta Time,’ out now on all streaming platforms.

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about future Lily Rose releases.

Visit her  official website for tour dates and more.

To keep up with Lily Rose, follow her on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

Runnin’ Outta Time is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Thomas Rhett Shares New Song “Beautiful As You”

Thomas Rhett’s new song, “Beautiful As You” is out now, May 10th, on all streaming platforms. Listen to the brand-new track below.

It is a new era of music for superstar, Thomas Rhett. Over the years, the singer-songwriter has proven that he can tailor his voice and his talent to weave effortlessly through genres. Whether he is singing on a tempo song or stripping down a song for that classic country vibe, Rhett is always exciting to listen to. Today, the singer-songwriter shares his brand new song, “Beautiful As You.”

Rhett co-wrote the new song during a writer camp in Chattanooga, Tennessee sometime last year. According to the singer, “Beautiful As You” is an ode to that relationship, where one person feels like they hit the jackpot. It is a true testament to feeling unbelievably lucky to have landed a partner that feels better than you in every way. Fans of Rhett know how often he credits his wife, Lauren, and it seems he feels like she is out of his league too.

“What someone as beautiful as you // Doin’ ridin’ ’round with someone like me? // I swear, girl, you could have anyone you choose, I should stop // Askin’ questions, ‘fore you get up and leave // What someone as beautiful as you // Doin’ wakin’ up with someone like me? // Ain’t gonna lie, you could have anyone you choose, I should stop // Askin’ questions, ‘fore you get up and leave”

“Beautiful As You” is a fun new song for Rhett. Catchy, relatable, and honest, the song nails it all. The new track perfectly fits into his existing catalog of hits, while still giving fans something new to be excited about.

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Thomas Rhett shares new song, “Beautiful As You,” out now on all streaming platforms.

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about future Thomas Rhett releases.

To keep up with Thomas Rhett, follow him on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

“Beautiful As You” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.