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Scotty McCreery Set To Release Fifth Album, Same Truck, In September

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Triple Tigers recording artist Scotty McCreery is set to release his fifth studio album titled, Same Truckon September 17, 2021.  Same Truck features 12 tracks with 10 of them co-written by Scotty. The album is produced by Frank Rogers, Derek Wells, and Aaron Eshuis. It is available for preorder HERE.

Same Truck features the Top 15 and rising hit “You Time.” The album release was set to be announced in August but amid fan demand with the second single “Why You Gotta Be Like That” news about the forthcoming release was made earlier than anticipated.  Three years ago, the album Seasons Change debuted at Number 1 on the Billboard Country Albums Chart and is certified gold by the RIAA.  Same Truck is a reflection of where Scotty’s life is now. McCreery stated the following about the album “My last album was about me as a young man getting ready to get married. Same Truck is me three years later, taking a moment to acknowledge where I am now as a 27-year-old, happily married man, sharing both what I’ve learned and where I want to go.” Currently, McCreery is out on his You Time Tour.  The track list for Same Truck is as follows.

  1. Same Truck (Scotty McCreery, Ashley Gorley, Taylor Phillips, Zach Crowell)
  2. You Time (Scotty McCreery, Frank Rogers, Aaron Eshuis)
  3. It Matters To Her (Scotty McCreery, Rhett Akins, Lee Thomas Miller)
  4. Damn Strait (Trent Tomlinson, Jim Collins)
  5. It’ll Grow On Ya (Jeremy Bussey, Jason Blaine, Taylor Phillips, Adam Wood)
  6. The Waiter (Scotty McCreery, Matthew West, Frank Rogers)
  7. Why You Gotta Be Like That (Scotty McCreery, Jordan Schmidt, James McNair)
  8. Home (Scotty McCreery, Frank Rogers, Brent Anderson, Tammi Kidd)
  9. Carolina To Me (Scotty McCreery, Jeremy Bussey, Taylor Phillips)
  10. Small Town Girl (Scotty McCreery, Ashley Gorley, Zach Crowell)
  11. That Kind of Fire (Scotty McCreery, Josh Hoge, Matt McVaney, Justin Wilson)
  12. How Ya Doin’ Up There (Scotty McCreery, Monty Criswell, Derek George, Tyler Reeve)

The North Carolina native has accumulated many accolades in his 10-year career. His album Seasons Change was named by Rolling Stone as one of the 40 Best Country and Americana Albums of 2018. All four of his albums have debuted at Number 1 on the Billboard Album Chart. Scotty was of course the winner of the 19th season of American Idol in 2011. 

McCreery was the Academy of Country Music‘s New Artist of the Year in 2011. In 2016 he released his first book, Go Big or Go Home: The Journey Toward the Dream. The book was re-released in paperback form in 2020. Scotty McCreery launched his recording career in 2011 in history-making fashion by being the first country artist as well as the youngest male artist of any genre to debut his first studio album,  Clear as Day, at No. 1 on the all-genre Billboard Top 200 Albums chart. For more information, visit ScottyMcCreery.com

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