Happy New Music Friday, country fans!
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and before you embark on your long holiday travels, Celeb Secrets Country has carefully crafted a road trip playlist just for you. So, while you pop your earphones in and listen to the buzz-worthy tracks – let’s all give thanks to the magic music makers out of Nashville that delivers premium content that constantly turns our weekday frowns upside down.
Off the heels of the smash hit “Fancy Like,” country music sensation Walker Hayes has officially released his next single “AA,” which serves as the introduction to his forthcoming album, Country Stuff The Album.
Of course, the highly-anticipated record will include his country radio No.1 banger, “Fancy Like,” and toe-tapping track “U Gurl.” Walker fans can expect ten new tracks and collaborations with Carly Pearce, Jake Owen, Lori McKenna, and a reimagined version of “Craig” featuring MercyMe.
#AA is finally out y’all go crank it up💪 https://t.co/zt1ur0dr5X pic.twitter.com/hHMUGDkTLp
— Walker Hayes (@walkerhayes) November 19, 2021
“I’ve been waiting so long to put out a project like this,” says Hayes in a recent statement. “It has everything I love from the fun of ‘Fancy Like’ to the more personal lyrics in ‘AA.’ As an artist, it’s such a unique thing to be able to share all the different versions of you in a project, and that’s really what I tried to do here.”
The emotional-driven tack list will hit streaming platforms on January 21, 2022. In the meantime, we will be embracing his raw storytelling with ‘AA,’ which he penned alongside multi-Grammy award winner Shane McAnally and Luke Laird.
Other road trip releases that we can’t stop obsessing over are – “Fix You” by Kacey Musgraves, Gabby Barrett’s “Never Get It Back,” “Home Sweet” by Russell Dickerson featuring Lady A, Cole Swindell, and Lainey Wilson’s fire duet “Never Say Never,” Brantley Gilbert’s “How To Talk To Girls,” and “One of Y’all” by The Cadillac Three and Rhett Akins.
Many more anthems come from Eli Young Band, Jason Aldean, Lauren Davidson, Nate Smith, Mackenzie Porter, Willie Jones, Chris Bandi, Ginger Minj, Gidget Galore, Cody Jinks, Gregory Griffin, Parker Graye, Becca Bowen, and Tyler Braden.
Keep scrolling to see our picks and let us know what you think of them by either leaving a reaction at the bottom of the post or by sending us a tweet at @CS_Country.