Russell Dickerson unleashed his newest single “Love You Like I Used To” today (Feb. 11), which is the first single from his forthcoming new album. This new album will be the follow-up to his debut effort, Yours, which celebrated its RIAA Gold Certification just last month (Jan. 22).
Dickerson told Billboard that this song, “is a song that shows the growth and continuation of my relationship.”
When asked about his forthcoming new album he told Billboard that he has, “recorded six songs so far, so we have at least four more to go.” Continuing to tease, “This one I feel is bigger. The sound is bigger. It’s more boisterous and has more of a mature sound and even more mature content like “Love You Like I Used To.””
Dickerson also mentioned that, “on this album I’m just writing the best songs I can and being as honest and open as I can. I just want to express my growth in my life and what I’ve learned.”
“I don’t love you like I used to This gets better every time you kiss me like this” Dickerson sings in the chrous, “It’s stronger the longer I’m with you More than every single day before Didn’t know I could ever love you more Than I did, but baby I do I don’t love you like I used to.”
Russell co-wrote “Love You Like I Used To” with Parker Welling and Casey Brown, the same collaborators that co-wrote his three No. 1 singles including “Yours,” “Blue Tacoma” and “Every Little Thing.”
Dickerson will join Kane Brown’s ‘Worldwide Beautiful’ Tour later this month, which kicks off in Atlantic City on Feb. 29.