Thomas Rhett Reveals ‘Tangled Up’ Collaborations, Track Listing
Thomas Rhett is down to just weeks before he can share his new album, Tangled Up, with the world, and he’s finally spilling the details. A just-released 13-song track listing reveals some surprising collaborations.
Rhett’s new album includes duets with two artists outside of country. He sings “Playing With Fire” alongside Jordin Sparks, an incredibly talented pop songstress, and “I Feel Good” with rapper Lunch Money Lewis. One thing is for sure: the album will be unlike any you’ve heard before.
The 25-year-old Rhett’s vast musical influences are evident on the forthcoming album. He credits country, pop, R&B, rap, rock and oldies as genres that shaped him growing up. He’s literally Tangled Up in different styles of music with this release.
“I didn’t grow up listening to just one style of music,” he says. “So, I don’t know how to write just one style of music. Whether these songs have more of a pop influence or more of a hip-hop influence or a completely country influence, they all, in some crazy way, cohesively sound like a me song.”
Rhett already dropped the song’s first single, “Crash and Burn,” which was a unique sound for country radio, but it’s proving to be very successful. It’s already a hit and is one fans sing along to — loudly — at every show.
Thomas Rhett’s Tangled Up Track Listing:
2. “Crash and Burn”
3. “South Side”
4. “Die a Happy Man”
6. “Like It’s the Last Time”
8. “Single Girl”
9. “The Day You Stop Looking Back”
11. “Playing With Fire”
12. “I Feel Good”
13. “Learned It From the Radio”
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