Top 10 Country Songs February 2017

Checkout the below listed top 10 new Country Songs of February 2017, Country music has been around America for an unknown period of time and still thrives. It has evolved through time in many ways. While old-time greats included Hank Williams Jr, Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton, and Merle Haggard, there have been many to come into the spotlight since then. Some are timeless and some have short-lived fame. Some names on this list are recognizable by any American whether a country music fan or not. This list is particularly varied in theme. These songs range from the typical country themes of love and heartbreak to a vision for a singer’s future, a political and ethical statement, to an unlikely friendship.

Top 10 Country Songs February 2017

Here we present the list of top 10 best Country Songs of February 2017.

10. Kill A Word by Eric Church Featuring Rhiannon Giddens

Eric Church‘s shows his courage with the release of “Kill a Word,” his third single from the CMA-nominated Mr. Misunderstood album. It is not a typical hit song. It is about the power and importance of words, and wanting to “kill” words with negative meanings, like”hate”. Church told Rolling Stone that the 2016 presidential election influenced him in picking “Kill a Word” as a single.

He stated, “I would have regretted not putting out ‘Kill a Word,’ and let this season pass, not knowing if I would get a chance again where it was this relevant, this timely”. Billy Dukes of Taste of Country wrote that the addition of Rhiannon Giddens gives the more casual listener something to enjoy if he chooses not to think deeply about Church’s statement.”

Kevin John Coyne of Country Universe says that songs that aim for utopia usually stumble along the way because they are either too preachy”. Church avoids this by honing in on the obstacles rather than the goal, and personalizes it by tackling what gets in the way of the individual pursuit of happiness”. Church wants to remind people that words said aloud, on paper, online, or texted hurt.

The album version features Rhiannon Giddens, a member of the Carolina Chocolate Drops, on. For the single edit, Giddens sings some lines of the song by herself.

9. Seein’ Red by Dustin Lynch”Seein’

Red” was a song recorded by American country music artist Dustin Lynch. released to country radio on July 11, 2016, as the lead single from his upcoming third album. The song was written by Kurt Allison, Steve Bogard, Tully Kennedy, and Jason Sever. As of November, it had sold 122,000 copies in the US.

The song is not about getting angry. He is seeing red, all right, but is is the red of the high heels, dress, and lips of a beautiful woman. The official music video for Seein’ Red premiered on YouTube at the beginning of December 2016. Adam Rothlein came up with the idea of a flashback or fantasy of a woman who has consumed the thoughts of the singer. The video stars model Yoli Lara as, and despite their on-screen chemistry, the singer says they met just moments before filming the video.

It is a steamy video, to be sure, but Lynch’s favorite part, he says, is the explosion of color that covers the band and their instruments in red.

8. Wanna Be That Song by Brett Eldredge

According to Eldredge, the idea for the song came when he was about to walk on stage to perform at the Kansas Speedway. He told songwriter Scooter Carusoe: “I want to write a song called “Wanna Be That Song”.” The song was not written until three months later in a session with Carusoe and Ross Copperman, who is the producer of his album.

Eldredge says that the song “has everything I want to say about love and about what I’m trying to be. I wanna be that part of your life, that song that means so much to you, the one that takes you back to that special place. . . the song that makes you laugh, the song that makes you cry when you need to cry, that makes you dance when you need to dance.” He says that it is his favorite song

“Wanna Be That Song” follows two chart-toppers from Illinois, “Lose My Mind” and “Drunk on Your Love.” It is the third track released from his Illinois album. The song had sold 269,000 copies as of December 2016 and had also reached number 25 on Canada Country chart for the week of November 25, 2016

7. May We All by Florida Georgia Line Featuring Tim McGraw

“May We All” is a song recorded by American country music group Florida Georgia Line and country music celebrity Tim McGraw. It is the second single from the duo’s third album, Dig Your Roots, released in August 2016. The song was written by Rodney Clawson and Jamie Moore. It was released as a single to radio in August. “May We All” debuted at number 27 on the Hot Country Songs chart, selling 22,000 copies the first week. Since then, it reached number two on that chart. As of December 2016, the song had sold 403,000 copies in the United States

The music video was directed by TK McKamy and features Brian and Tyler as racecar drivers and Tim McGraw as the owner of the cars. The drivers are friends at first but fight after Tyler bumps Brian into the wall. When Brian spins Tyler out and flips Tyler’s car. Brian goes to help Tyle out of the car. Tyler’s car catches on fire, and Brian pulls him out. The video ends with Tyler asking Brian if he won with Brian answering “We all Did”. This is the first FGL video where they only talk and don’t sing.

Florida Georgia Line’s Dig Your Roots album also has collaborations with Ziggy Marley and the Backstreet Boys.

6. Dirty Laundry by Carrie Underwood

“Dirty Laundry” is a song recorded by American singer and songwriter Carrie Underwood from her fifth studio album, Storyteller. The song was written by Zach Crowell, Ashley Gorley, and Hillary Lindsey.

“Dirty Laundry” is a song about infidelity. Underwood says (about the song) “It’s a take on a cheater in a familiar way, with the lipstick on the collar and the red wine, and there’s all these tell-tale signs that he was with another woman, and it shows on his dirty laundry. But it’s also like she airs it out for the whole world to see.”

Underwood has done revenge songs well, as evidenced with “Before He Cheats. No one dies in this song — a wife just decides she’s had enough when she finds lipstick and red wine stains on her man’s clothing. and neither shade is hers.

“Dirty Laundry” comes almost 10 years to the day of the release of “Before He Cheats.”

5. Dirt On My Boots by Jon Pardi

“Dirt on My Boots” is a song recorded by American country music artist Jon Pardi. It was released as the second single to his second studio album, California Sunrise. The song was written by Rhett Akins, Jesse Frasure and Ashley Gorley. The song had sold 147,000 copies in the United States as of December 2016

It is the 30-year-old California native’s second Hot 100 hit. Akins and Frasure cast the song’s character as a guy who ends a day of plowing the fields by climbing down from his tractor, cleaning up and taking his girl for a night of dancing.

The guy promises to kick his boots off on the porch, in essence, keeping the dirt out of his girlfriend’s house. “We just tried to put everything in there we could about boots and going out and having a good time,” says Akins. “We really just wanted to paint the picture of a guy you’d root for.”

4. Star Of The Show by Thomas Rhett

This is the fifth single from Thomas Rhett’s second album, Tangled Up. Rhett wrote the song with Rhett Akins and Ben Hayslip, and the video was directed by Roger Pistole. It had sold 117,000 copies in the United States as of December 2016.

Fresh from his CMA-win for single of the year with “Die A Happy Man”, this is another song inspired by his lovelier wife. The love between Rhett and his wife is palpable and honest. It captivated country audiences and pretty much anyone who saw their last video together. This one will not disappoint fans, either. Rhett is still head over heels in love and giddy in the world premiere video for “Star of the Show.”

“Star of the Show” is a laid-back tune about a beautiful girl who turns heads everywhere she goes, but, of course, her true beauty lies in the fact that she doesn’t know she’s so beautiful.

Director TK McKamy pulls out all the creative stops. It is definitely different from anything Rhett has ever done, and that is the mark of Rhett as an artist. He is always thinking outside the box and getting it right every time.

3. A Guy With A Girl by Blake Shelton

A Guy With A Girl is a new song from country singer Blake Shelton from the album If I’m Honest. Barack Obama held the final state dinner of his administration at the White House and who should appear but Blake Shelton. He was the guest of Gwen Stefani, who was the scheduled entertainment, and before it was over, Shelton ended up onstage with her, performing “Go Ahead and Break My Heart.”

Shelton. “says Luckily, I’ve got a girlfriend that’s cool enough to get invited to those things, and I just tag along with her.” They have performed that duet during her shows in Los Angeles, Dallas and Virginia Beach, and at his shows in Oklahoma City; Peoria, and on his 40th birthday at the Country Jam in Grand Junction, Colorado.

So it is no stretch to associate the “A Guy With a Girl,” storyline the storyline with their relationship.
“ A Guy With a Girl’ is my life right now,” he says. He feels that it reflects his life and he thinks that “It’s pretty cool.”

2. Better Man by Little Big Town

“Better Man” is a song recorded by American country group Little Big Town from their eighth studio album, The Breaker, due to be released on February 24, 2017. The song was released as the album’s lead single on October 20, 2016. Its music video was released on November 1, 2016.

The song was written by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift about a breakup of a relationship and, according to Swift, she thought of Little Big Town because of the harmonies and sent it to them. “She sent us the song,” Kimberly Schlapman told Taste of Country, “We were like, ‘Wow! Taylor sent us a song. She’s one of the best songwriters ever.’”

Many interpret “Better Man” as being about domestic violence, It is probably because of the metaphor ‘back of my hand,’ but it was meant as in saying ‘goodbye.

The song sold 6,000 copies on its first day of release, and 20,000 the following week. It had sold 233,000 copies in the United States as of December 2016.

1. Blue Ain’t Your Color by Keith Urban

“Blue Ain’t Your Color” is a song recorded by Australian country music singer Keith Urban and written by Steven Lee Olsen, Hillary Lindsey, and Clint Lagerberg. It was released as the fourth single from his ninth studio album, Ripcord. The song was produced by Dann Huff.

In the United States, it topped the Hot Country Songs chart for eleven straight weeks and also reached number 24 on the Hot 100.

The song is about a man observing a lonely woman at a bar who is dissatisfied in her relationship. Directed by fashion photographer Carter Smith, the video stars supermodel and actress Amber Valletta. All through the clip, Urban and his band perform the song on the bar’s tiny stage. At the end, we see Valletta’s character on her own, leaving us with the impression the music was just in her head. Urban’s favorite part of the video is the ending. “The camera pans around and suddenly the stage is bare and you’re not quite sure if she’s imagined the whole thing,” he explained. “There’s something really poetic about that

So there are the biggest country hits in the United States. As varied as they are, they are rememberable and have all made a pretty strong impression on country music fans, as shown in their chart ratings. The songs themselves are good, of course. The videos, a leading seller of songs to the public, show more of the meaning. If someone has not experienced the videos, they are worth checking out.

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