Luke Combs Releases “South On Ya”, SEC Football’s New Hype Song
Luke Combs’ new song, “South On Ya” is out now, August 26th, on all streaming platforms. The track serves as SEC Football’s latest hype song. Take a look below as we dig into the track.
Luke Combs has been a man of the people all quarantine long! The superstar consistently releases brand new music, keeping a ‘fans first’ mentality, always. He recently secured two more number one hits to add to his collection with “Forever After All” and “Better Together.” Additionally, Combs has teased numerous unreleased tracks over the past few months including “See Me Now” and “Good Old Days.” Today, in collaboration with SEC Football, the singer officially releases the latest hype song, “South On Ya.”
The song grew in popularity when Combs first teased the track earlier this summer and is slated to serve as the SEC Network’s 2021 college football anthem. “South On Ya” is as fun and rowdy as they come, proving that Combs is just a good old southern boy at heart. In the track, the singer pays homage to the fourteen teams in the football conference.
“Got a little dirt road dust runnin’ through our blood // From a never-heard-of-it hometown // Got a can’t-quit heart and some take-it-too-far // And a whole lot of never-back-down”
The southern anthem is a perfect fit for Combs’ impressive catalog of music. It is nice to see the singer have some fun on the one-of-a-kind jam!
Combs is headed out on the road this fall, with two nights at the famous Madison Square Garden in New York City. For tickets, head to his website.
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“South On Ya” 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.