Tyler Booth Debuts First New Track Of 2023, “Real Real Country”

“To me this song bridges a lot of things — modern country to traditional country, and even country music to a little bit of hip-hop,” Booth explained.

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Posted on February 15, 2023

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Country singer/songwriter Tyler Booth offers listeners their first taste of music from him this year in his newest, self-penned track, “Real Real Country.” Fans can listen to the newly-released single HERE!

“When I wrote ‘Real Real Country’ I was really just having fun with it and not putting too much pressure on myself as a songwriter,” said the Sony Music Nashville/Villa 40 artist.

“To me this song bridges a lot of things — modern country to traditional country, and even country music to a little bit of hip-hop. I had a lot of fun experimenting with different kinds of music and seeing where I could land that thing and still be true to myself,” Booth shared. “I’m really proud of this song because I wrote it by myself, and I think it really reflects who I am as an artist and where I’m heading.”

The singer gave fans a sneak peek of the now released track in a livestream just days before the song would be available to stream, increasing the hype around the highly anticipated “Real Real Country.”

“I’m really excited to give y’all some good news,” Booth shared in the livestream. “I’m putting out a song February 10 and I’m so excited y’all … It’s a song that y’all are gonna wanna jam in y’alls trucks.”

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“Real Real Country” is the Kentucky-native’s first new music of 2023, hot on the heels of his 2022 cover of “Feeling Whitney” by Post Malone and emotional track, “Hey Dad.” Booth is seemingly only gaining traction in his country music career, as his song “Palomino Princess” from his 2021 EP Grab the Reins recently surpassed 10 million streams on Spotify.

“Song never got a big playlist, none the music ‘Critics’ didn’t give it much attention neither. It’s just been you all and I’m so blessed for each of you listening to my songs,” Booth captioned an Instagram post of the great achievement. 

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He continued, “I wrote Palomino sitting by myself one night thinking about a girl I had a crush on and daydreaming about a horse I’d seen out in the pasture that day. I’m just so thankful for every stream of this song and every song because y’all make me believe I can actually eat doing this. I sure love you.”

Since his career kick-started, the “Already Got One” singer has performed alongside some of country music’s biggest stars including Darius Rucker, Jon Pardi and Brooks & Dunn. He is currently on the road for his headlining “Country Gang Tour,” with remaining shows on Feb. 16 in Starkville, MS and Feb. 17 in Chattanooga, TN.

He is set to hit the stage with Darius Rucker on April 21 in Tulsa, OK and will join the lineup for the Country Concert 2023 with Dierks Bentley on July 7, as well as the Voices of America Country Music Festival in Butler Country, OH on Aug. 13.

For tickets and more information on upcoming shows, visit https://newmusic.tylerboothmusic.com.

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Ally Roden graduated from Belmont University where she studied Corporate Communications and Music Business. After numerous internships within public relations and music business, including her time at Red Light Management and PLA Media, Roden began her work in digital media while freelancing on the side. In addition to writing for Music Mayhem, she has her work published in a variety of online and print publications. In her free time when she’s not working or interviewing Nashville’s rising artists for her personal music-focused podcast, Roden enjoys hanging out with her mini-aussie doodle Ollie and reading a good thriller.

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