New Music: October 29, 2018

Brett Young released the title track from his upcoming album Ticket to L.A. You’re going to be playing this one on repeat all week long. Falling in love in an airport is something straight out of a Rom Com.

Kelsea Ballerini released the deluxe version for her Unapologetically album. It includes her song with The Chainsmokers, a cover of “Landslide,” and two new songs you’ve never heard before. “I Think I Fell In Love” is a feel good song about not expecting to fall in love but it happening anyways. Ballerini gets honest but sassy in “Fun and Games,” a catchy song that has single potential.

You’ve heard Chase Rice’s “Amen” and Cole Swindell’s “Dad’s Old Number,” but now you get to hear Mitchell Tenpenny’s “Walk Like Him,” an emotional ballad about his late father. Grab the tissues for this one.

Renee Blair is due to drop her debut EP in the coming weeks but gifted us with “Me Tonight,” a song about how hard it is to truly get over someone. Sometimes you just want to go back to what was comfortable.

Nashville up and comer Levi Hummon released his EP Patient, which we’ll be reviewing later this week. One of our favorite tracks on the EP is “I Still Do,” a song about not being able to move on since you’re still in love with that special person.