New Music Friday: Reba McEntire, Eric Church, Blake Shelton, Chris Lane, and More!

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Happy New Music Friday, country fans!

It’s time to roll down your windows, crack open a cold one and enjoy the fire list of weekend anthems Celeb Secrets Country has carefully crafted for you.

Thankfully, the country music gods have answered our prayers because we have new tunes from Eric Church, Blake Shelton, Reba McEntire, Justin Moore, Brett Young, and many more buzz-worthy names in the industry. However, there are two female vocalists that we can’t stop obsessing over.

On Sunday, April 18, Elle King and Miranda Lambert made waves at the 56th Academy of Country Music Awards. The two powerhouses started the party with their recent release “Drunk (I Don’t Wanna Go Home)” and opened up the show in matching rhinestone outfits with floor-length cowgirl-inspired fringe at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. If you have the same taste in music as CSC, you had their upbeat and good vibe single playing on repeat.

Now, just days after their show-stopping live performance debut, the dynamic duo surprised fans with their “Goldhouse Remix” of the track. The musicians elevated the pop-country hit to the next level, by incorporating club-like beats – that might just make you want to throw on your stilettos and hit the town with your closest besties.

(Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for ACM)

“The true story of this song sums up our wild friendship. Miranda is someone I have looked up to as a songwriter, musician, performer, and human being for a long time. So our tumbleweed snowball story of getting to know each other is the ultimate deal kind of thing,” says King in a statement. “Nobody revs me up, kicks my ass on stage, or treats me more like family than Miranda Lambert.”

If you are already dancing in your seat, don’t stop because Eric Church recently dropped Soul, which completes his three-part album. Soul is a nine-piece collection that includes his current single “Hell of A View,” “Jenny” and “Bad Mother Trucker.” 

As you decode the lyrics on Church’s new LP, don’t forget to add “Good Life” by Kip Moore, “When was it Over” by Sasha Sloan featuring Sam Hunt, “Home Run” by Joe Nichols, Adam Sanders potential chart-topping hit “What if I’m Right,” “Fill Them Boots” by Chris Lane,“You Only Get One” by Tracy Lawrence and the killer duet between Lathan Warlick and Dustin Lynch called “Way Out Here.”

Other buzz-worthy releases that we already have on replay come from Raleigh Keegan, Nate Barnes, and Alex Miller.

Now, utilize your weekend wisely and listen to the full record in order and let us know your favorite tracks by tweeting us at @CS_Country.

Reba McEntire ­­–  “Somehow You Do” ­

Eric Church – “Where I Wanna Be”

Blake Shelton – “Bible Verses”  

Justin Moore – “Consecutive Days Alive”

Kip Moore – “Good Life”

Brett Young – “Not Yet”

Sasha Sloan featuring Sam Hunt – “When Was it Over”

Joe Nichols – “Home Run”

Adam Sanders – “What If I’m Right”

Chris Lane – “Fill Them Boots” (Music Video)

Elle King and Miranda Lambert – “Drunk (And I Don’t Wanna Go Home) Remix 

Tracy Lawrence – “You Only Get One”

Lathan Warlick Featuring Dustin Lynch – “Way Out Here”

Raleigh Keegan – “Easy on the Trigger”

Nate Barnes – “I Love You Too”

Alex Miller –  “I’m Over You So Get Over Me”

Kris Barclay – “Right Here”

Written by Tiffany Goldstein

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