Rhett teases new song
Friday, November 6, 2020
– Thomas Rhett surprised fans on social media today with a preview of his upcoming single "What's Your Country Song."
The lead-off for his upcoming fifth studio album via The Valory Music Co., the song was penned by Rhett alongside his father, Rhett Akins, Jesse Frasure, Ashley Gorley and Parker Welling.
The song is available on Nov. 11.
"We wrote this song on the road last year in Dallas, Texas," Rhett said. "It's really about how I was noticing that no matter where you live or where you're from, everyone has a little bit of country inside their bones."
Rhett will appear on ABC's Good Morning America on Wednesday, Nov. 11 ahead of his performance of "Be A Light" featuring Reba McEntire, Hillary Scott and Chris Tomlin on The 54th Annual CMA Awards.
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