Tuesday, 16 May 2023 12:21

Next From Nate Smith: World On Fire

Nate Smith sent his next single to radio, his follow up to his debut #1 single "Whiskey on You". Nate says "'World On Fire' is about when a relationship is ending, all of the things that can come with it. Sometimes you've got friendships that were built around that relationship, you've got places that you used to love to go like bars and different scenes and stuff, and it's really challenging when you break up because those places are now kinda taboo to walk into. That's really what the song is about is how to pick up the debris after everything has fallen apart."

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Lainey Wilson recently scored a couple of #1's with her single "Heart Like A Truck" and "wait in the truck", her duet with HARDY. She's ready to climb up the charts again, this time with her song "Watermelon Moonshine" from her album Bellbottom Country.

Lainey says "Watermelon Moonshine" is a nostalgic song about getting buzzed on that young wild crazy kind of love. A time in your life when nothing else mattered except for the way that you were feeling in that moment.


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Chase Rice has sent a new single to country radio. "Bad Day To Be A Cold Beer" can be found on his new album I Hate Cowboys & All Dogs Go To Hell. Chase says about his new single, "“Bad Day To Be a Cold Beer," pretty simple. Pretty simple title, but Justin Thomas, the golfer walked up to me at the Troubadour in Nashville, and we were golfing one day, and he said "boys, it’s a bad day to be a cold beer." And that’s it, I just wrote it down I was like "damn I’m writing that." So, we ended up having an awesome day that day. A bunch of country music singers were around, a bunch of golfers, Spieth showed up. We just had an awesome day. I think at one point we had like 30 guys on a tee box. Every tight end in the NFL was there for something they had going in Nashville. So, that was the worst day to possibly ever be a cold beer, cause I think we drank every one in Tennessee that day." 

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Tuesday, 18 April 2023 12:17

Next from Kip Moore: Damn Love

Kip Moore's next radio single is "Damn Love", the title track to his upcoming fifth studio album which is set for release on April 28th. The song was written by Jason Gantt, Jaren Johnston and James McNair, and the only track on the album Kip didn’t write.

He says the song is about all the different feelings about love. “’Damn Love’ is a song about the reasons why you hate love, why you love love and why you’re confused by it,” says Kip in a pres release. “It’s everything encompassing that word and all the complexities that lie within it.”

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Monday, 17 April 2023 14:12

Next From Luke Combs: Love You Anyway

Luke Combs had asked fans to help him decide his next single, it was up to "Love You Anyway" and "5 Leaf Clover", and the fans have spoken. His next single will be the former of the two choices.

He announced the winning song at his show in Nashville over the weekend telling the crowd, "So, about a week and a half ago, I guess. I announced that I was going to let you guys decide what my next single was going to be at country radio. And we had a vote. You could vote on Love You Anyway or 5 Leaf Clover. Which one you wanted me to put out to the radio and it was real close. I think it was 51%-49% So it was neck in neck. But the song we’re about to play you right now is the winner. I got my friend Wes from Flatland Calvary on the fiddle playing for us. So yeah, this is my next single at country radio it’s called Love You Anyway."

Luke said about his next radio single, "Love You Anyway is a song that I wrote on my porch with Dan Isbell, Ray Fulcher and I had been on stage Valentine’s Day of 2020 right before COVID happened. And my wife was sick and was on the bus. She was out with us, but she was on the bus, I believe, and I didn’t know at the time if she was in there or not. And so as I was introing another song, I said, you know, I don’t I don’t know if you’re in here, but I love you anyways. And my buddy Dan had wrote that down and we ended up writing it a few months later." 

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Thursday, 13 April 2023 11:46

Next From Bailey Zimmerman: Religiously

Bailey Zimmerman earned his second #1 song this week with "Rock and a Hard Place", and today, he sent his next single to radio! "Religiously" is the title track to his full-length debut album that will drop on May 12th. Bailey said the song is about sometimes putting your pride aside to let the good things happen. From this song he realized that if he would have put his pride to the side, he might still have the one that really, truly loved him. 

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Tuesday, 11 April 2023 12:27

Next From Thompson Square: Without You

Thompson Square has announced that their next radio single will be "Without You", which they sing about their love for one another no matter the circumstances. The song was written by Tim Nichols and Everette bandmates Anthony Olympia and Brent Rupard, but you can hear the love between the husband and wife duo when they sing it. 

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Brothers Osborne recently shared three new songs on social media, and their next single at country radip is “Nobody’s Nobody"! The three new tracks are part of a soon to be announced project from Brothers Osborne, no other details yet, but we will keep you updated.

TJ Osborne said of their new single, “So, ‘Nobody’s Nobody’ was really inspired just by us thinking, ‘You know what? I don’t care who you are or what you do, we all have our differences and we sometimes get on each other’s nerves, but you still are somebody. Everyone is someone in this world and it takes literally every one of us to make it go around.’ So, ‘Nobody’s Nobody’ was inspired by that.”


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Thursday, 30 March 2023 10:46

Jimmie Allen on the Late Late Show!

Jimmie Allen made an appearance on the Late Late Show with James Corden to sing his new single "Be Alright"! If you missed it, watch below: 

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Tuesday, 21 March 2023 12:12

Next From Kane Brown: Bury Me In Georgia

Kane Brown just earned another #1 single with "Thank God", his duets with wife Katelyn, which also earned her her first #1! Kane's follow up is "Bury Me In Georgia", co-written by Kane, Josh Hoge, Matthew McGinn, and Jordan Schmid. The song is the first track off of his latest album Different Man.

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