Ashley was part of his family's band, he's toured with Carrie Underwood, and he's working with no less a producer than Mutt Lange, so expect big things from this steamy song about missing a loved one.
I'm Comin' Over
After three Top Five hits from his A.M. album, Chris heats things up with the lead-off from his next project, a song he wrote with Josh Hoge and Corey Crowder.
Kick The Dust Up
Good times, big beats and a memorable hook--must be Luke Bryan's latest. After six smash singles from "Crash My Party," he introduces his next album with this Dallas Davidson/Chris DeStefano/Ashley Gorley tune.
He's on a great roll, with four hits from his "How Country Feels" album, and one of country's premier vocalists is back with a song about tearing it up in a small town.
Jackie is looking to break into the Top 40 with this upbeat, in-the-pocket look at the magic that can happen when a music lover gets underneath a great pair of headphones.
That Don't Sound Like You
Lee continues to explore new feels and themes, and after six Top tens in a row, there's every reason to expect this moody bit of intrigue to do well.
The title track to Darius's latest is a Tim James/Rivers Rutherford tune that has a bluesy feel, a Southern theme and the universal appeal of Darius himself.
Few young acts are hotter, and Sam follows not one but two platinum singles with another that feels to be right in the pocket.
Buy Me A Boat
His songs have been cut by a dozen or more country acts, and his own latest--a clever look at daydreaming about riches--has a ton of personality. Sample line? "Wish I had a rich uncle that'd kick the bucket."
His Nashville ties are deep and long-standing, and present-day country elements wind all through the song and video, but the music to this bit of nostalgia is pure Kid Rock.
One of Nashville's great songwriters has an album of his own out, and the title track, featuring vocal help from his wife Morgane, is a personal, moving song he wrote on a cross-country trip after his father's death.
35 mph Town
Toby and longtime collaborator Bobby Pinson penned this powerfully downbeat and tightly written tune about a town gone sour.
Let It Go
King George co-wrote this bit of easy-going philosophy, the first single from his 29th album, with his son Bubba and Keith Gattis.
Big riffs, double entendres and a great vocal from Keifer fuel this song about fast cars and fast love.
Let Me See Ya Girl
There aren't many young acts whose careers are this hot, and the fourth single from Cole's debut album stays in the pocket with a tried-and-true theme.
I Got The Boy
She has yet to repeat the success of her #3 smash "Why Ya Wanna" three years ago, but Jana is back with a song of lost love featuring strong vocals and a dobro-fueled arrangement that is as country as anything out there now.
Little Bit Of You
Chase follows his Top Ten debut, "Take It On Back," with a high-energy late-night love song guaranteed to jump out of your speakers.
On To Something Good
Blake Shelton's chart-topping partner may have her best solo single to date with this upbeat song about moving forward and enjoying the ride.
Hanging On A Lie
This duo is creating quite the buzz and it's not hard to see why with this moody tale, one of eight songs they've had appear on the TV series Nashville.
Eli Young Band
Turn It On
The latest from EYB, the title track to their upcoming album, is a solid mix of adrenaline and infatuation.
There's just a bit of R&B in this tale of love and liquor as presented by one of country's true originals.
The Idol alum brings a terrific vocal performance to this dramatically told tale of loss and heartache.
Her full name is Camaron Ochs, she's from Moraga, California, and her introduction to country radio has got an interesting twist and harmonies to burn.
I Love This LIfe
Chris and Preston continue to tear it up on tour, they continue to turn out hits as songwriters, and their latest as artists is a fresh ode to small towns and good times.
It Feels Good
He eased into the Top 40 in 2013 with "Simple Life" and Drake is back with a new label and a new single. From the handclaps to the high-energy vocals, this is a feel-good song that does.