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#1 New Carrie Underwood Album Coming
About 3 years Ago Carrie Underwood released her record-breaking album, Storyteller, which produced four No. 1 singles making her the female country artist with the most number-one hits on the Billboard Hot Country Songs. Now the country music superstar has announced she will release the album, Cry Pretty, on September 14.
In a video, Carrie shared she had this to say, “Sometimes, you get together and write a song that is exactly what you’re feeling at that moment and that was ‘Cry Pretty’ for me. I think ‘Cry Pretty’ sets the tone for the rest of the alum, because it’s emotional and it is real, but there are also just some incredible musical moments”
#2 Sugarland Kept Their Taylor Swift Collaboration a Secret?
On Sugarland‘s new album, Bigger, Taylor Swift will join the duo’s Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush on “Babe”, a song that she co-wrote with Train’s Pat Monahan. Interestingly enough, Sugarland didn’t have to approach Swift for the song. In fact the country-turned-pop superstar came to them.
Bigger will be Sugarland’s sixth studio album, and their first since 2010’s The Incredible Machine. The duo went on hiatus in 2012, and in order to pursue solo projects such as acting (Nettles) and production work (Bush). Even Though the two were apart for some time, they say they are working well together, just like old times.
if you want to read more about this collaboration you can get all the details here!
#3 Cole Swindell dropped a new song off his upcoming album
“Somebody’s Been Drinkin’,” an easy going story about rekindling an old romance late at night. Cory Swindell Sings with his trademark drawl and through his relateable lyrics, Swindell tells the story of a back and forth text conversation between ex-lovers who find themselves looking for the same thing after knocking a few back.