Chris Young is hard at work in the studio and he's giving fans an early listen to the fruits of his labors.
While he's usually not one to share music before it's ready, Chris decided to switch things up this time, posting a snippet of a new song called "Raised On Country."
"I'm just hanging out in the studio," Chris shares in a short clip on Instagram. "I've been talking a lot about new music. I never, ever play anything early at all but I'm gonna break tradition a little bit because I'm so pumped about this one."
The clip shows Chris in the studio with frequent collaborator and producer Corey Crowder. He then plays a new tune that name drops Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson, Joe Diffie and George Strait.
"I was raised on Merle, raised on Willie/Got my honky tonk attitude from Joe Diffie/Daddy did too, it's family tradition...My upbringing sounds like George Strait singing /And I gotta give props to the radio/Because if you know me, I was raised on country," he sings in the clip.
Chris also hinted that more new music's coming soon. The singer recently scored his 11th number one single with "Hangin' On."
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