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JUST IN: Lainey Wilson Teases Groovy New Track 'Country's Cool Again'

The CMA winner first teased the song earlier this year while playing at Red Rocks.

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Could new Lainey Wilson be on the way? Today the hitmaker took to Instagram to tease a brand new song. Donning her signature "country with a flair" style Lainey alongside her longtime guitarist Aslan, the two give us quite the groove.

"Everybody want to be a cowboy / drive a John boat with a John Deere," Lainey sings with her signature twang. "There must be something in the water…#CountrysCoolAgain 🤠😉" Lainey said alongside the video! Her longtime boyfriend Devlin Hodges even commented saying "Oh you teasing em like that?!?!"

In September, Lainey also played the new track for her sold out crowd in Colorado at the iconic Red Rocks.

The Louisiana native and reigning Female Vocalist and New Artist of the Year is making CMA Awards history yet again, becoming the only artist to top the nominations list in her first two appearances on the Final Ballot. Lainey Wilson topped the nominations list with six nods as a first-time nominee. She now ties Merle Haggard and Miranda Lambert with nine nominations in a single year (Alan Jackson holds the record with 10 nominations in 2002).

"Someone pinch me, I can't believe my eyes," Lainey said on her Instagram responding to the news. "Being nominated in each of these categories amongst my friends means the world to me. And the coveted Entertainer Of The Year category?! It’s absolutely surreal. We bust our butts out there on the road every dang night to give y’all the best show possible and I have the time of my life doing it. All I gotta say is thank y’all. I love country music." She also goes on to thank friends and collaborators HARDY and Jelly Roll for their part in her career.

The 57th Annual CMA Awards,” hosted by Luke Bryan and Peyton Manning broadcasts LIVE from Nashville Wednesday, Nov. 8 (8:00 – 11:00 PM/EST) on ABC.


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