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Country - Released June 26, 2020 | MCA Nashville

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Dance - Released May 28, 2020 | MCA Nashville

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Country - Released May 22, 2020 | MCA Nashville

Anchored by the single "Almost Maybes," this eponymous 2020 EP is the first major new record from Jordan Davis since his 2018 debut generated three big Country Airplay hits. Given how "Singles You Up," "Take It From Me," and "Slow Dance in a Parking Lot" all hovered around the number one position -- and given how 2019's sleek "Trouble Town" generated little attention -- it's no surprise Davis decided to not mess with success, hiring producer Paul DiGiovanni to replicate the sunny gleam of Home State. Every one of the six songs here is cut from the same cheerful cloth, so the breezy R&B-pop of "Almost Maybes" feels almost identical to the sticky love song "Detours" or the Julia Michaels duet "Cool Anymore"; no matter the subject, it's bright, cheerful modern country-pop exhibiting a significant debt to Sam Hunt. Davis is at his best when he keeps things so friendly they're nearly goofy, as on "Church in a Chevy" and "Ruin My Weekend," two tunes so light and silly they're nearly novelties but they're grounded by DiGiovanni's dexterous production, which always has one eye firmly on the charts. © Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo
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Pop - Released April 22, 2020 | MCA Nashville

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Pop - Released April 22, 2020 | MCA Nashville

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Country - Released April 10, 2020 | MCA Nashville

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Country - Released April 10, 2020 | MCA Nashville

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Country - Released April 3, 2020 | MCA Nashville

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It's taken six years for Sam Hunt to release the follow-up to his smash debut Montevallo but the songs here are awfully familiar: "Body Like a Back Road" was a chart-topper in 2017; "Downtown's Dead" hit it big in 2018; "Kinfolks" soared to No. 1 last year. Southside is practically a greatest-hits compilation. It's interesting listening to "Drinkin' Too Much" — an apology to his now-wife for bad behavior and originally released in 2017 — with 20/20 hindsight. Hunt was arrested on a DUI last year, which shines a search light on spoken-word lyrics like "And I was the one on stage, drunk / Barely holdin' on, on ABC." Hunt strips things even more bare on opener "2016", dropping his signature hip-hop flavored formula for classic regrets balladry. As for the slow jams, "Sinning With You" questions Hunt’s religious upbringing, and "Breaking Up Was Easy in the 90s" laments how social media fuels heartbreak. It's not all heavy as a sledgehammer, though: "Hard To Forget" mashes up a Webb Pierce sample with a Kenny Chesney-esque beach-bum beat to a damn catchy result. © Shelly Ridenour/Qobuz
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Country - Released April 3, 2020 | MCA Nashville

It's taken six years for Sam Hunt to release the follow-up to his smash debut Montevallo but the songs here are awfully familiar: "Body Like a Back Road" was a chart-topper in 2017; "Downtown's Dead" hit it big in 2018; "Kinfolks" soared to No. 1 last year. Southside is practically a greatest-hits compilation. It's interesting listening to "Drinkin' Too Much" — an apology to his now-wife for bad behavior and originally released in 2017 — with 20/20 hindsight. Hunt was arrested on a DUI last year, which shines a search light on spoken-word lyrics like "And I was the one on stage, drunk / Barely holdin' on, on ABC." Hunt strips things even more bare on opener "2016", dropping his signature hip-hop flavored formula for classic regrets balladry. As for the slow jams, "Sinning With You" questions Hunt’s religious upbringing, and "Breaking Up Was Easy in the 90s" laments how social media fuels heartbreak. It's not all heavy as a sledgehammer, though: "Hard To Forget" mashes up a Webb Pierce sample with a Kenny Chesney-esque beach-bum beat to a damn catchy result. © Shelly Ridenour / Qobuz
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Country - Released March 13, 2020 | MCA Nashville

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