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New Music Friday! Thomas Rhett, Dustin Lynch, Dallas Smith all release new music!

It's been a busy Friday in country music as a host of stars release new music.

Thomas Rhett marked a milestone as he released his retrospective 20 NUMBER ONES collection, crafted to honour earning 20 No. 1 songs in a matter of just 10 years.

To celebrate, Rhett released a previously unannounced track featuring fellow star Morgan Wallen titled 'Mamaw's House' which will also appear on the 20 NUMBER ONES (BONUS VERSION) collection.

Written by Rhett and Wallen with Matt Dragstrem and Chase McGill the song features rich harmonies between Thomas Rhett and Wallen as the pair reflects on their shared experience of how spending time at “Mamaw’s House” shaped the course of their lives.

Meanwhile, Grammy-award-winning artists Wynonna Judd and Trisha Yearwood released their reimagined version of The Judds’ iconic song “Cry Myself To Sleep.” Written by Paul Kennerley.

The track serves as the second single off 'A Tribute To The Judds' the highly anticipated compilation record in celebration of the beloved duo’s 40th anniversary, to be released on October 27 on BMG.

3x CCMA Entertainer of the Year Dallas Smith is releasing an album on October 27th but today he released two advance tracks off the record.

“Fixer Upper” was written by country superstar Morgan Wallen alongside Matt Dragstrem and Brett Tyler and the tender tune chronicles self-work in a relationship.

Whilst “CRZY,” penned by Jaren Johnston, Travis Meadows, and Stephen Wilson Jr., reflects on the end of a relationship.

Elvie Shane released a harrowing track, 'Pill' which delivers a love letter to those struggling with addiction that perfectly illustrates what it means to be affected by its all-encompassing path of destruction.

Speaking of the track, Shane said: “Pill is my story, told from the perspective of a note to me from my little brother in my most trying times. It’s an apology to those I love for the turmoil I put them through. But for me this goes way beyond just what my family and I have gone through. I want to be a vessel and share other people’s struggles and experiences, even if it helps one person, that means I did my job.”

Dustin Lynch today released his sixth studio album, 'Killed The Cowboy', a bold record in which Lynch explores the crossroads he finds himself at in life.

He penned five of the 12 tracks on the album, which takes the listener on a journey of self-awareness and reflection.

A full review will be published shortly but in the meantime, check out 'Honky Tonk Heartbreaker' off that record.


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