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New Country Music You Need To Hear This Week Featuring Zach Top, John Morgan Feat. Jason Aldean & Chayce Beckham

Zach Top - Cold Beer & Country Music

Cold Beer & Country Music is a honky tonk themed album that takes listeners on a nostalgic journey through dusty roads and neon-lit nights. With twangy guitars and heartfelt lyrics, it captures the essence of classic country storytelling, from heartbreak to good times. Each track is a toast to the timeless traditions of the honky tonk lifestyle, backed by Top's intoxicating twang, inviting listeners to pull up a stool and immerse themselves in the raw authenticity of country music.

One listen to the album, and you will know it is country music gold. Bad For Me is a thoughtful journey of the ups and downs of every day lives narrated by one of the most flavorful new artists in the genre. Through poignant stories, Beckham bravely opens up his own story to his fans, proving he is an elite leader in this next gen of country superstars. Spearheaded by a worldly artist with a pulse on stories that are timely and important, Bad For Me is an album of the year contenderThe project may be called Bad For Me, but is good for country music.

While staying true to the roots of the original hit, the partnership of Morgan and Aldean brings in a new vibrance to the already hit worthy track. What makes this new take stand out is its infectious energy and undeniable charisma. Adding in Aldean's flair to the track, levels up the narrative of a guy overcoming an ex thanks to the good friends he has around him. Let's not forget the fact that the two country tenor's vocals are the perfect yin and yang that brings the song to new heights.

Sam Hunt - Locked Up EP

Sam Hunt latest project offers a contemporary take on pop country, blending catchy melodies with modern production. The EP features Hunt's signature smooth vocals and infectious hooks, creating a sound that's both radio-friendly and emotionally resonant. While some may find the departure from traditional country elements a bit polarizing, Hunt's innovative approach breathes fresh life into the genre, appealing to a wide audience. Overall, "Locked Up" showcases Hunt's versatility as an artist and solidifies his place in the ever-evolving landscape of country music.

Laci Kaye Booth - Sometimes

Laci Kaye Booth latest single is a captivating ballad that gracefully navigates the tumultuous waters of heartbreak, offering a poignant reflection on love lost. Booth's haunting vocals effortlessly convey the emotional weight of the lyrics, drawing listeners into a world of introspection and longing. The ethereal production, characterized by delicate instrumentation and atmospheric textures, lends an otherworldly quality to the song, evoking a sense of floating amidst a sea of emotions. With its soul-stirring melody and heartfelt sincerity, "Sometimes" serves as a powerful reminder of the profound impact of love and the resilience of the human spirit in the face of heartache.

Bryce Leatherwood - The One My Daddy Found

Bryce Leatherwood's latest is a charming ode to the timeless theme of finding the perfect partner in the tradition of classic country storytelling. With its twangy guitars and heartfelt lyrics, the song harkens back to the golden era of country music, invoking images of small-town romance and cherished family values. Leatherwood's rich vocals deliver the narrative with authenticity and warmth, capturing the listener's attention from the first note. Through its nostalgic melody and endearing lyrics, "The One My Daddy Found" celebrates the enduring search for love and the joy of discovering a soulmate, making it a delightful addition to the canon of traditional country music.

Carly Pearce - My Place

"My Place" by Carly Pearce is a poignant ballad that beautifully captures the bittersweet journey of accepting a breakup and embracing the process of moving on. Pearce's heartfelt vocals infuse the song with raw emotion, conveying the vulnerability and strength inherent in letting go. The knockout lyrics resonate with honesty as they explore themes of self-discovery and finding closure after heartache. With its gentle melody and reflective atmosphere, "My Place" provides a comforting soundtrack for anyone navigating the complexities of love lost and the healing that comes with finding one's own path forward.


Blanco Brown's new EP, HEARTACHE & LEMONADE, seamlessly blends elements of country and his signature "Trailer Trap," into a refreshing and dynamic musical experience. With catchy beats and infectious hooks, Brown effortlessly navigates themes of love, loss, and resilience throughout the EP. The fusion of genres creates a unique sound that pushes the boundaries of traditional country music while still paying homage to its roots. Each track on the EP showcases Brown's versatility as an artist, with his signature blend of storytelling and rhythm creating an immersive listening experience. HEARTACHE & LEMONADE is a testament to Brown's ability to innovate within the genre, offering fans a diverse and compelling collection of songs that leave a lasting impression.

Orville Peck & Willie Nelson - Cowboys Are Frequently Secretly Fond of Each Other

"Cowboys Are Frequently Secretly Fond of Each Other," a collaboration between Orville Peck and Willie Nelson, is a groundbreaking reinterpretation of a classic country song with a twist. The track, originally written by Ned Sublette, challenges stereotypes and celebrates love in its many forms, with Peck and Nelson's iconic voices lending authenticity and depth to the lyrics. The haunting melody and poignant storytelling evoke a sense of nostalgia while also pushing the boundaries of traditional country music. Their rendition of the song serves as a powerful reminder of the universal nature of love and acceptance, making it a timeless anthem for inclusivity within the genre. Overall, Peck and Nelson's collaboration delivers a captivating and thought-provoking experience that leaves a lasting impact on listeners.


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