HARDY Announces ‘Hixtape Vol. 2’ Featuring 33 Artists/Bands & 14 Songs

HARDY announced his highly anticipated Hixtape Vol. 2!

The country singer/songwriter shared the exciting news that fans have been waiting for on the Hixtape Music Instagram on Monday (Sept. 6). Hixtape Vol. 2 will feature 14 songs and 33 artists/bands, however, HARDY will only be singing on 6 of the tracks, while the other tracks will feature the “most talented and rowdiest people Nashville has to offer,” according to the video clip shared to Instagram.

In the clip, the Mississippi native shared the details for the new project.

“I know a lot of y’all have been asking when Hixtape No. 2 is coming out. Look Hixtape No. 1 was awesome, 10 songs, 16 of my good friends, I sang every single song,” HARDY explained in the clip. “This time we’re going to do it a little bit different. Get this, 33 artists and bands, 14-songs. Now, I’m only singing on 6-songs but the rest of the songs are awesome and it’s people singing that are some of the most talented and rowdiest people Nashville has to offer and here’s what we’re going to do.”

The chart-topping hitmaker said he will be dropping a new song from the upcoming project every Friday for the next 14-weeks and he says, “I’m telling you right now, you ain’t ready for this one!” The first track from the project is expected to be released this Friday, September 10.

See the aforementioned announced video below.

In addition to announcing the news, it seems some artists appearing on the project have been updating their social media profile photos to a cartoon version of themselves, including Dierks Bentley and Matt Stell.

While his longtime friends and collaborators Morgan Wallen and ERNEST also commented teasers on the video clip on Instagram. 

No guests on the project have been confirmed as of yet, but we will update the story as they are.

Hixtape Vol. 1 featured songs with Cole Swindell, Morgan Wallen, Dustin Lynch, Joe Diffie, Trace Adkins, Thomas Rhett, Hunter Phelps, Jameson Rodgers, Hillary Lindsey, Keith Urban, Mitchell Tenpenny, Jon Langston, Jake Owen, Tracy Lawrence, Devin Dawson, Lauren Alaina and Zakk Wylde. 

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