Tyler Rich’s brand new song, “Better Than You’re Used To” is available now February 12th on all streaming platforms. Take a look below as we dig a little deeper into the viral track.
Since day one, California native and country artist, Tyler Rich has been one of our all-time favorites. He consistently puts out music that fans flock to, and his talent is unlike the rest. After a sneak peek of his newest song went viral on TikTok, Rich surprised fans with fast-forwarding the recording process, ultimately releasing his brand new song, “Better Than You’re Used To” today.
Last month Rich posted a clip of himself and his wife, Sabina, jamming to the demo of the new song. The song quickly gained in popularity, now sitting with over 3 million views. The song’s release comes at the perfect time, as we all gear up for Valentine’s Day. The enticing love song is sure going to gain even more attention by country music lovers everywhere.
“He don’t deserve you / He says I love you / But I don’t believe it, no way / He never shows it / He don’t send you roses / Not even on Valentine’s Day / He don’t take you dancing / He don’t understand what he got, but baby I do / You need someone to love, love, love you / Better than you’re used to”
What makes this song even more special is that Rich truly walks the walk. The insight he gives via social media into his relationship with his beautiful and talented partner proves that he is a guy that believes in true love, adoring your partner, and of course, romantic gestures. Whether you’re in a relationship or single, “Better Than You’re Used To” is going to up your standards, and definitely get stuck in your head in the best way possible.
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“Better Than You’re Used To” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.