Thomas Rhett prepared for his Tangled Up album release with a big old party in Nashville on Monday. Family, friends and Nashville VIPs came to hear the singer tell the story behind the album. Fans can watch a clip of the event during this Taste of Country exclusive.

Rhett takes great pride in the 13 songs on Tangled Up being 100 percent him. He indicates this is a privilege not every artist has, especially those working on just their second studio album.

“There is nothing fake about this record,” the singer tells the crowd, as Scott Borchetta watches him. When putting it together, Rhett says he was urged to find songs that moved him, not just songs that would make great singles.

“I think we just wanted to go swing for the fences," Rhett says.

Tangled Up drops on Friday (Sept. 25) featuring the chart-topping "Crash and Burn," his new single "Die a Happy Man" and a bunch of other beat-heavy country tracks like "Southside" and "Vacation." It's an album made in the spirt of his chart-topping hit "Make Me Wanna." If you like to dance, you'll enjoy Tangled Up.

All week long Taste of Country has been sharing exclusive content for the album release during a Thomas Rhett takeover. Click to see more, including a chance to win a flyaway to see Rhett in Phoenix.

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