Rascal Flatts releases new single
Friday, January 6, 2017
– Rascal Flatts released a new single, "Yours If You Want It," today from its forthcoming disc.
Co-written by Andrew Dorff, who died last month, and Jonathan Singleton, the sing-along was produced by Rascal Flatts. The track premiered on iHeartCountry Radio Stations nationwide.
The song follows the success of their summer hit "I Like The Sound Of That," from their ninth studio album "Rewind."
"We all felt like 'Yours If You Want It' was the perfect way to introduce our fans and radio to the new music we've been making," said Jay DeMarcus. "We've been working really hard, and we're very proud of this track and what's more, the late Andrew Dorff is a writer on it, and we are so honored to be a small part of making sure his legacy lives on. We have a special angel watching over it, for sure."
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