Like A Wrecking Ball
He had five big hits from the Chief album, and this is the fifth single from "The Outsiders." The sparse, organ-tinged arrangement is like nothing else in country right now, and Eric continues to chart his own course.
Doin' Country Right
His production skills have helped put Thompson Square and Parmalee in the spotlight, and now it's his turn. The Ardmore, Alabama, native has got a wide groove and a sing-along lyric working for him in this debut.
Dan & Shay
Nothin' Like You
Their third single finds Dan & Shay doing justice to the feeling of falling, with a song that eases into a big, big chorus. Are theirs some of the best vocals out there? Listen for yourself.
Her full name is Camaron Ochs, she's from Moraga, California, and her introduction to country radio has got an interesting twist and harmonies to burn.
I Love This LIfe
Chris and Preston continue to tear it up on tour, they continue to turn out hits as songwriters, and their latest as artists is a fresh ode to small towns and good times.
It Feels Good
He eased into the Top 40 in 2013 with "Simple Life" and Drake is back with a new label and a new single. From the handclaps to the high-energy vocals, this is a feel-good song that does.
Maddie & Tae
If there's anything tougher than hitting the top your first time out of the chute, it's following it up. This is a terrific song with lilting harmonies that ought to prove M&T have staying power.
Big & Rich
Run Away With You
On the heels of their biggest hit ("Look At You") since 2007, John & Kenny bring those trademark harmonies to a song about recapturing the spark of love.
Been looking for something a little more traditional? Look no further than this song by a singer whose Opry debut earned him a standing ovation.
Hit The Road
This Austin-based band tackles young love, a dead town and the lure of the highway in this infectious debut.
Looking for a modern take on a vintage feel? Give a listen to this song by native Texan Jason Cassidy. It's the first single from his third studio album.
Kiss You In The Morning
Michael was just 16 when he started with the Florida Sunshine Opry, and his years of experience show in this upbeat single about infatuation.
Already Callin' You Mine
With two big hits under their belts, the "Carolina" boys try to make it three in a row with this tale of love in the fast, fast lane.
Little Toy Guns
She can handle the big themes, and this time around Carrie deals with the dramatic effect the domestic battlefield can have on its smallest victims.
Whole Lotta Nothin’
Newcomer Rachele Lynae is looking for a little beach-style relief in this coolly upbeat single with a Caribbean feel.