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Keith releases new song on Friday

Thursday, April 2, 2020 – Toby Keith will release his new song "What's Up Cuz" tomorrow on his Show Dog Nashville label.

Written and produced by Keith and longtime collaborator Bobby Pinson, the upbeat, uptempo song clocks in at under two minutes with the line, "Hey, what's up cuz, man, I got a two beer buzz."

Released to all digital platforms this Friday, the song will also have a lyric video (releasing April 10) and infomercial.

There was no word on when Keith would release a new album.


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