New Music From Billy Currington “Bring It On Over”

Mercury Records Nashville recording artist Billy Currington dropped a new song today, entitled “Bring It On Over”, three years after his last album Summer Forever was released. The track is slated to be what we can assume as the first single off of the singer-songwriter’s highly anticipated seventh studio album, although no formal announcement has been made.

“Bring It On Over,” is fun, upbeat and perfect for radio. Penned by gifted songwriters, Ben Hayslip, Dallas Davidson, Rhett Atkins and Jesse Frasure, the lyrics are intimate, sexy, and relatable. The track captures a story of a couple who cannot get enough of each other, seemingly wanting to be with each other all the time, even though they just saw each other.

Oh baby, just wait a minute / If you’re in the bed stay in it / I’m about to dive on in it / Got to got to get you closer / I’m about to bring you on over

The new single gives off trendy country music vibes, while keeping true to Currington’s traditional country roots. This song is sure to appeal to long-time Currington fans, as well as, fans of new-school country music, such as artists like Dustin Lynch or Chris Lane. With Currington’s ability to keep the crowd on their feet and singing to each and every song during his live performance, this new single is sure to fit right into his show.

“Bring It On Over” can be heard on our New Country Music Playlist and is available everywhere you buy/stream music today.

 

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