Tim McGraw fans could have new music on the horizon, with the country singer and songwriter revealing he’s already mixed eight songs “so far”. Still, the “Humble and Kind” singer says he’ll be recording “a little more” soon, hinting at his 16th studio album. Here’s what we know about this Grammy Award-winning musician.
Tim McGraw released his EP “Summer Sounds 2013-2021” in 2022
McGraw is one of country music’s biggest stars, earning recognition at the Grammy Awards and on the Billboard music charts. Some of his best-known songs include “Something Like That”, “Live Like You Were Dying”, “I Like It, I Love It” and “Humble and Kind”.
One of his latest songs is the 2021 single “The Cowboy in Me (Yellowstone Edition)”. Since its release, this track has generated over 3 million Spotify plays from McGraw fans and Yellowstone viewers alike.
Between touring and filming a TV series, McGraw has been working on new music, sharing that an album is officially in the works.
Tim McGraw is “in the process” of creating his next album
McGraw fans have good news regarding new music – the country star’s 16th studio album is officially in the works.
“I’m in the middle,” McGraw said during an interview with CMT. “I probably shuffled eight [songs] so far and I will be recording more soon.
In the same interview, McGraw said he competes with himself, especially when writing and releasing new music.
“I’m still looking to beat what I did last time,” the songwriter said. “I’m sure we’ll have something from the new album here before too long. I don’t know when the album will be released.
As a result, fans do not know much about the contents of this collection. The release date is a mystery even to McGraw. However, there are many exciting projects carried out by this artist in recent years.
Tim McGraw recently starred in the ‘Yellowstone’ spin-off – ‘1883’
McGraw divides his time between music and the lead role in the prequel to Yellowstoneentitled 1883. He did several stunts for this production, and although he and Faith Hill earned praise for their breakout roles, McGraw confirmed he would not be returning for the spin-off. 1923.
“Faith [Hill] and I want 1883 live in his own world. We thought it was such a special project, we don’t want to water it down,” he said, according to the same CMT article. “We want him to stay in this world. We were so proud of the show and so proud of the characters, we don’t want to take anything away from 1883.”
This songwriter also updates fans on his latest adventures through his social media accounts. McGraw posted a tour video on Instagram, highlighting his 2022 concert in North Dakota. McGraw’s music is available on most major streaming platforms.
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