New music from Kelsea Ballerini! This week, the singer dropped her first song from her upcoming album with “homecoming queen?” She also released a powerful music video for the song.
HARDY released a two song mixtape that he cleverly titled HIXTAPE. He teams up with Thomas Rhett on “Nothin’ Out Here” a catchy song about the backroads life. Morgan Wallen joins him on a humorous song about two different paths a guy could be on with “He Went to Jared.”
Chris Janson released a beautiful love song about his wife Kelly. “Done” tells the story of how he was hooked from the first moment.
Everything that Jordan Rager has released this year has been so damn good, so it’s saying a lot that has latest this week just might be his best work yet. Check out “Where You Been All My Life.”
Brantley Gilbert announced a national tour this week so get tickets soon, but in anticipation for his next album being released in early October he released “Fire’t Up.”
Maddie & Tae released “Bathroom Floor” this week as the duo encourages their friend to get off the bathroom crying, take on the town, so you can end up on the bathroom floor later…paying for the fun night out.
Miranda Lambert continues to gear up for her album release by dropping yet another song from the project. “Pretty Bitchin'” is her new release this week.
Meghan Patrick released her EP Wild As Me this week and it’s giving us major nostalgia of the great female voices from the 90s and early 2000s. Check out “Things I Shouldn’t Say.”
Ryan Griffin (“Dibs”) is an emerging singer and songwriter who is releasing his first single with “Right Here Right Now.”
The newly engaged Josh Kerr (To Tae from Maddie & Tae) dropped an emotional new song this week in “Oklahoma.” Kerr wrote on Instagram that he started out by writing a song about Tae’s hometown and it ended up going in a somber direction. I think he made the right call.
Sammy Arriaga dropped a catchy new one this week. “Love Songs” has a humorous spin on love and having to write songs about love.
Hayley Orrantia’s vocals are so good and she reminds all of us with her latest release this week in “Nights and Weekends.”
Willie Jones went there. Everyone’s thinking about it and he’s the one that’s singing about Bachelorette Party Central. “Bachelorette’s on Broadway” is such a catchy song that could just end up taking off and becoming the newest viral sensation.
Charlie Worsham is one of the best kept secrets of country music. The talented artist released “I Hope I’m Stoned When Jesus Takes Me Home” this week. The song has many of the traditional country music elements we all grew up on.
Country riser Austin Burke dropped one of the catchiest songs this week. “Love You Most” is a peppy song about being in love and it just makes you feel good.
Rob Pennington dropped a song that is perfect for fall season. “September Saturday” tells the story of looking forward to Saturday football games but falling in love with the girl who walked past their tailgate. This is a good one folks.
Ashland Craft, settling into a rhythm after being on The Voice a few years ago, released “They Always Do.” The song is so real as she sings about the things that we tell ourselves will be different…but we end up repeating that same cycle.
The Highwomen released their album this week. The 12-track album features great vocals and harmonies that sound as timeless as Dolly and Reba. Start with “Don’t Call Me.”