Chesney wasn't planning to release a new record in the middle of a global pandemic, of course, but the vibe of the country star's latest record is needed in this here and now. Chesney's second album with Warner Music Nashville, the label he signed with in , arrives Friday May 1. Consider these five tracks your reminders to appreciate and enjoy life, and to live it to the fullest, no matter what the world throws at you. Every night on tour, they're living in the moment, and for the moment, exuding an energy that seeps into the rest of their lives. WE DO. It's not always easy, the singer confesses, to be present: "I struggle with that every day of my life, I truly do
As music listening habits become more specialized, it's easier than ever to miss a new song. Unless it gets put in constant rotation on the radio, earns a coveted spot on your favorite playlist , or pops up on the soundtrack to that hot new TV show, most tracks -- even from big artists -- fly under the radar for the casual music fan. Thankfully, we've got you covered. Below, you'll find five new songs of the moment that are worth taking time out of your busy day for. It doesn't matter what genre the song comes from or how popular the artist is. If it's good, we want you to hear it -- and then listen again. Lil Baby is not backing down. After taking to the streets with Atlanta city councilman Antonio Brown to protest the police killings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, the year-old rap sensation has released a mournful track that channels his pain, frustration, and anger into a song that attempts to capture the emotional complexity of the moment. Appropriately titled "The Bigger Picture," the song opens with a piano loop and snippets of newscasters describing the recent demonstrations before switching to a more personal, confessional mode.
In the case of Now, Vol. That was the year mainstream pop radio popped back to life after a dormant period, so was bound to not live up to its standards, and, as it rolled along uneventfully, it didn't seem as if it did. Now, Vol. Nothing can save Aaron Carter's "Aaron's Party Come and Get It ," but a bum track or two doesn't matter -- there's always something embarrassing in a Polaroid. Here, those embarrassing moments don't arrive often, and the summer of sounds better because of it.