‘I wrote ‘Love My Hair’ after seeing a video of a little Black girl who was sent home from school because she was told that her hair was too distracting.’
The heartfelt anthem comes off the rising country star’s acclaimed new EP, ‘Bridges.’
It includes three new bonus tracks and marks the first anniversary of the original album release.
The album simultaneously arrives at No.7 on the all-genre Billboard 200.
“Creating this album has been good for my heart, and I’m thrilled to get to share it with the world and to bring it to life with Playtone and HBO Max.”
The collaboration comes from Keith Urban’s latest album ‘The Speed of Now Part 1.’
The EP includes the previously released 'What Are You Gonna Tell Her?,' 'Black Like Me and current single 'Heaven Down Here.'
The acclaimed country artist’s third EP is set for a September 11 release.
The highly-anticipated ‘Born Here Live Here Die Here’ is out Friday.
The collaborative single comes ahead of Hammack’s debut album, ‘If It Wasn’t For You.’
“It is a song asking God to spare a little love for this world in need," says Guyton.
The song is Bryan's third consecutive airplay No. 1 from his forthcoming album 'Born Here Live Here Die Here.'
The country star debuted the emotional ballad for Father’s Day, ahead of his forthcoming album, ‘Born Here Live Here Die Here’.
The three-hour special will feature more than 25 performances from past CMA Fests, including those by Darius Rucker, Carrie Underwood and Tim McGraw.
“If you think we live in the land of the free, you should try to be black like me," sings Guyton.
The track climbs 3-1, also becoming Pardi's fourth chart-topper.