Dickerson releases new single
Tuesday, February 11, 2020
– Russell Dickerson releases the lead track "Love You Like I Used To" off his sophomore album due out later this year.
Dickerson previously has enjoyed hits with "Yours," "Blue Tacoma" and "Every Little Thing."
"The beginning of this song is intentionally different from me," said Dickerson about the single. "It makes you think it is a breakup song, but it is really a lead up to how great loves evolve and get better over time. Like all of my songs, I've lived it. I started dating my wife 10 years ago, and it is true. I don't love her like I used to, and I think a lot of people will be able to relate to this song. It's a really special song that I'm crazy proud of."
The release comes one week after Dickerson celebrated a RIAA Gold Certification for his debut full-length debut album "Yours." Dickerson also joins Kane Brown on the "The Worldwide Beautiful Tour," later this month.
Dickerson's "Love You Like I Used To" impacts radio on March 2.
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