"Hixtape" song list released
Wednesday, October 13, 2021
– The songs on the upcoming "HIXTAPE: Vol. 2" with Dierks Bentley, Marty Stuart, Jon Pardi, Brantley Gilbert and Rhett Akins among the contributors on the HARDY-conceived project.
The release, coming Dec. 10 on Big Loud Records, contains 33 guests and 14 songs, with each track featuring a pairing of two or more singers. HARDY appears on six tracks. Produced by Joey Moi, "HIXTAPE: Vol. 2" is filled with southern storytelling and country-rock twang.
Songs on the disc are:
1. Hometown Bous - featuring Matt Steel, Bentley and HARDY
2. WD-40 4WD - featuring Sean Stemaly, Jimmie Allen and Justin Moore
3. In Love with My Problems - featuring Larry Fleet and Jon Pardi
4. To Hank - featuring HARDY, Colt Ford and Gilbert
5. Small Town on It - featuring Chris Lane and Scotty McCreery
6. Break You Own Damn Heart - featuring Midland and Stuart
7. Drink Up - featuring Lee Brice, Randy Houser and HARDY
8. Jonesin' - featuring Ronnie Dunn, Jake Own and Jake Worthington
9. Red Dirt Clouds - featuring David Lee Murphy, Ben Burgess and Ernest
10. Beer with My Buddies - featuring HARDY, Josh Thompson and Travis Denning
11. One of Y'All - featuring HARDY, Akins and The Cadillac Three
12. I Smoke Weed - featuring Ashland Craft and Brothers Osborne
13. Beer Song - featuring Lainey Wilson, Chase Rice and Granger Smith
14. Goin' Nowhere - featuring HARY, Morgan Wallen and Chris Shiflett
Volume 1 came out in 2019.
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