What Makes You Country: Will Luke Bryan reveal new album details on Friday’s "GMA"?

ABC/Image Group LA Luke Bryan made his first appearance with his fellow American Idol judges Wednesday morning on ABC, and shortly afterward, he tweeted that he’ll be back on Good Morning America on Friday.

So what exactly could the four-time Entertainer of the Year be up to?

The lead single from Luke’s upcoming sixth studio album, “Light It Up,” is already in the top 15, but so far, we don’t know the project’s title or when it will be out.

The short video included with his tweet may hold a clue. We see Luke in concert, and fishing, and also catch a glimpse of his kids, his wife Caroline, and even Dierks Bentley.

At the same time, the Georgia native sings a new tune that’s likely called “What Makes You Country”: “I got my dirt road cred when I was twelve, on a no-cab tractor, hauling them bales… It might not’ve been you, but I can’t judge. Just be proud of, what makes you country.”

You can find out exactly what Luke has up his sleeve, Friday morning starting at 7:00 ET on ABC's Good Morning America.

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