Chase Rice and his crew had planned to release new music for his fans, though in little bunches. Chase first surprised fans in early 2020 by releasing Part 1 of an EP comprised of 7 tracks. He then released Part 2 of the EP sometimes around the middle of last year.
The conclusion of the two parts is the third part of the series, which is the studio album fans have been waiting for. The third installment is titled “The Album” which Chase released on the 28th of May, 2021.
Chase Reveals Details Behind “The Album”
Chase’s latest studio effort, The Album, comprises the 11 songs from the two-part EPs released last year, with four new songs added to the new collection.
The fast-rising track, “Drinkin’ Beer. Talkin’ God. Amen.,” featuring vocals from the duo of Florida Georgia Line, Tyler Hubbard, and Brian Kelley, is among the new songs included in the new release. The track is currently in the Top 20 Country Airplay charts.
This is the second time Chase will be working on a song with Tyler and Brian, as they worked on the 2012 Diamond certified breakthrough hit for the duo, ” Cruise”.
Chase’s The Album is a follow-up to his album in 2017, Lambs & Lions. The album spun the first chart-topping hit of his career “Eyes On You”.
The Album is a collection of songs that take fans on Chase’s journey towards self-realization instead of just chart-topping tracks. The songs on the album include a song he wrote in 2017, ” If I Didn’t Have You”, with new songs, “Bedroom”, a song he wrote on Zoom about the lockdown months during the coronavirus pandemic, and “The Nights”.
How Chase Rice Spent His Time During The Coronavirus Pandemic
Life as we know it underwent a massive change during the months of lockdown, which was a measure across the world used in curtailing the spread of the coronavirus.
Chase revealed that the effect of the pandemic had a massive impact on his songwriting skills, as he had a lot of time to focus on further honing his skills because he couldn’t go on road tours. He added that the pandemic has made him decide to always take time off and focus on songwriting.
Keep checking Country Music Lane for daily country music news and more Chase Rice updates.