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New Music Round Up 6/8/2018

Whats Up Bull Nation!

We know that life gets busy. Whether it’s working to pay the bills, taking care of the kids, or just dealing with the curve-balls life throws at you it’s hard to keep up with which artists are putting out new music and when!

WELL DON’T WORRY! We’ve got your back. We’ll be bringing you your weekly New Music Round Up, a list of the biggest and most important releases that we think you should know about!

Kenny Chesney’s Tribute to Battered Islands.

The lyrics of Kenny Chesney’s new song “Song for the Saints,” are filled with strength, sadness, resilience and resistance. As the country superstar was creating his new album, he was in the fight of his life as he helped his friends in the Caribbean Islands after two devastating hurricanes. For the story full story click here.

Is Florida Georgia Line’s ‘Simple’ Another Hit?

Florida Georgia Line’s new single, “Simple,” is just that. After teasing about it on Instagram for much of the week, Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley finally released the new song so get ready to hear it a lot more this summer! For the full scoop click here.

Gabby Barrett Back At It!

Aspiring country artist Gabby Barrett didn’t take too long to get back at it, releasing her new original song “Jesus and My Mama” on YouTube just days after losing the American Idol crown to Maddie Poppe.

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