Thomas Rhett Takes Over Taste of Country
Thomas Rhett fans can spend the week going deep inside the making of his new studio album Tangled Up during this Taste of Country takeover. Stories behind the songs, a full interview and one-of-a-kind contest are all part of the lead up to the new album's Sept. 25 release.
Tangled Up is Rhett's second studio album, and he admits it's a funky departure from his debut effort on Valory Music Co. Dann Huff and Jesse Frasure produced the project, but Rhett tells Taste of Country that his wife Lauren had the biggest influence on the final track listing. “If she doesn’t think something is cool, I have to like really think it’s cool to still do it,” Rhett says, smiling.
She really thought the sexy “Die a Happy Man” was cool. That's the 25-year-old's new single, the follow-up to the chart-topping "Crash and Burn." Rhett says it's his first true love song, written with his bride of nearly three years in mind. Expect more sentiment on Tangled Up, but expect even more in the vein of "Crash and Burn." Taste of Country's full review will come Friday.
Before that, you'll find Rhett talking about his dance moves and if he'd consider Dancing With the Stars. He opens up about which song inspired his moving duet with Jordin Sparks. And later, he'll reveal how one single from his previous album ultimately decided which direction he'd go in for this one. Check back for links to content.
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