Thomas Rhett’s brand new song “Redneck Be Like” is available everywhere now, August 6th. Take a look below as we dig a little deeper into the new track.
As we anticipate the release of the Country Again: Side B album, fans can rejoice in more new music from superstar, Thomas Rhett! An absolute staple in country music, Rhett continues to give fans exactly what they want: more new music. Since returning to his signature sound, fans have fallen in love with his magic all over again. The singer dropped a brand new song “Redneck Be Like,” perfectly in time for his 2021 tour!
The new song is a country-pop vibe that we truly cannot get enough of. “Redneck Be Like” is the perfect song for summertime. It is sure to be a hit at Rhett’s live shows this summer and fall. ‘The Center Point Road Tour’ kicks off on August 13th. The show makes its way to the New York area at Jones Beach on August 26th. This leaves plenty of time for NYC fans to learn every word to this new jam.
Rhett even posted a brand new dance for the track for fans to have some fun with. Check out the moves in the video below.
“We are who we are and we’re proud of it // Livin’ that small-town life // Redneck, redneck be like // All day in the sun // Always havin’ fun // Always gettin’ sunk in that muddy river // Always got a buzz // Always double cup // Catchin’ catfish up on some chicken liver”
According to Rhett, “This song is all about summertime and getting a chance to unwind and let loose.” He later added, “We wrote it about the towns where I grew up in Georgia and Tennessee, and honestly every town we live in for the night when we go on tour. We can’t wait to see y’all on the road and turn this one up.”
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“Redneck Be Like” 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.