Checkout below listed top 10 new Country songs for 2017, Country Music is one of the most popular genres of American music that has its roots in the Southern United States. Country Music has been evolving since years and now has been loved all around the world. Many artists have made it a popular genre and with the development of technology, people from any part of the world are able to access to the country music. Although it has seen influences of many other genres, it has still continued to entertain the listeners with the same freshness.
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Here is our list of Top 10 Best country songs 2017 according to the latest Billboard chart for country music:
10. Church Bells:
This song is recorded by American singer and songwriter Carrie Underwood for her fifth studio album, Storyteller. It was written by Zach Crowell, Brett James and Hillary Lindsey. It peaked at 43rd position in the US Billboard Hot 100 and at 2nd position in Canada Country charts. The song helped her to extend her record as the female artist with most number of chart toppers in the Billboard Country Airplay Chart.
9. Different For Girls:
It is a song by American country music artist Dierks Bentley, featuring American singer Elle King from the album, Black. It was written by J.T Harding and Shane McAnally. It was brought by Capitol Nashville and was produced Ross Copperman. It has sold over 192,000 copies in the US and has been ranked 11th in the US Country Airplay and 36th in Canada Country Songs Charts.
8. Head Over Boots:
This song was co-written and recorded by American country music artist Jon Pardi for his second studio album, California Sunrise. It was written by Jon Pardi and Luke Laird and was produced by Bart Butler and Jon Pardi. It has sold about 548,000 copies in the United States and has featured at 51st position in the US Billboard Hot 100.
7. Peter Pan:
It is a song by American country pop artist Kelsea Ballerini from her debut studio album The First Time. It was written by Forest Glen, Ballerini and Jesse Lee. It has sold over 330,000 copies in the United States. It debuted at 57th position in the US Billboard Hot 100 and has been ranked within top 10 of many other charts worldwide.
6. American Country Love Song:
This song by American country music artist Jake Owen celebrates typical ideas of love. It is from his fifth studio album American Love. It was written by Ross Copperman, Jaren Johnston and Ashley Gorley. Brought by RCA Nashville, the song was produced by Ross Copperman and Shane McAnally. The song has sold about 274,000 copies in the US. It was at 56th position in the US Billboard Hot 100 and at 6th positions in US Country Airplay and US Hot Country Songs Charts.
5. From The Ground Up:
This song is recorded by American Country music duo Dan +Shay for their studio album Obsessed. It was produced by Dan Smyers and Scott Hendricks and was brought by Warner Bros. Nashville. The song was co-written by Chris DeStefano. It was sold over 21,000 copies in its debut week and as for now, about 420,000 copies in the US. The song featured in within top 50 of the US Billboard Hot 100.
4. Make You Miss Me:
It is a song recorded by American country music artist Sam Hunt for his debut studio album, Montevallo. It was written by Sam Hunt, Matthew Ramsey and Josh Osborne. The song was brought by MCA Nashville Labels and was produced by Zach Crowell and Shane McAnally. The song has sold over 503,000 copies in the US and has been positioned at 4th spot in the US Country Airplay charts and Canada Country charts.
3. Record Year:
It is the second single from American country music artist Eric Church’s studio album, Mr. Misunderstood. It was written by Jeff Hyde and Church. It was recorded under EMI Nashville Label and was produced by Jay Joyce. The song has seen sales about 335,000 in the US. It featured in the US Billboard Hot 100 at 44th position and was ranked within top-5 of several Country song lists.
2. Setting The World On Fire:
This song is recorded by American Country music artist Kenny Chesney, featuring vocals by Pink. It is the second single from his upcoming album, Cosmic Hallelujah. It was written by Ross Copperman, Matt Jenkins and Josh Osborne. It became Chesney’s first song to be featured in Australian Chart. It sold about 93,000 copies in its debut week. The song was positioned among several top 100 charts around the world.
1. H.O.L.Y :
It is a song by American Country music duo Florida Georgia Line’s third studio album Dig Your Roots. “High On Loving You” was written by Busbee, Nate Cyphert and William Wiik Larsen. It was brought by Republic Nashville records and was produced by Joey Moi. It saw a sale over 125,000 copies in its debut week, that which propelled the song to 20th position in the US Billboard Hot 100. It topped the Canada Country, US Country Airplay charts.
Although if you are a new listener to this genre of music, be assured that country music will leave you mesmerised and these songs especially are feast to the country music lovers.