21-time No. 1 hitmaker Tyler Hubbard has earned his second RIAA PLATINUM certification as a solo artist for his hit single “Dancin’ In The Country.” Additionally, Hubbard’s debut album has passed the mark of one billion global streams.
“Dancin’ In The Country” was Hubbard’s second single off of his debut self-titled record in January of this year, and it was his second solo No. 1 song at country radio. He co-wrote the song with Keith Urban, Ross Copperman and Jon Nite. Hubbard shared the song’s official music video in January featuring Terry Crews (Brooklyn Nine-Nine, America’s Got Talent), and it has amassed 6.5M+ views.
Hubbard followed his solo debut with his wild-and-free anthem “Back Then Right Now” (9.8 via EMI Records Nashville). Watch him perform the song on NBC’s TODAY Show, here: youtu.be/X7vdeTBvb9g?si=6816KsXe5hUExYO1
Hubbard shared his new song “A Lot With A Little” last week (11.3). Listen to the song, here: strm.to/ALotWithALittlePR
He wrapped his sold-out Canadian headline tour last month, and he will serve as direct support on Kane Brown’s In The Air Tour in 2024, with shows in Los Angeles, Toronto, Houston, Atlanta and more.
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Tyler Hubbard (Dancin’ In The Country) OC: …a fun one. :59
“’Dancin’ In The Country’ is just a really fun, uptempo country song that I’m super excited to play live. I was fortunate enough to get to write this with Ross Copperman, Jon Nite and Keith Urban, who’s just incredible as a writer and a guitarist, and he and Ross Copperman really helped capture the feel and emotion of this song sonically and also me and Jon Nite really tried to dial in the lyrics and they were also very helpful with that. But just an incredible day of songwriting and a really cool song that came from it and a song that sounds like nothing else on the project, and honestly, a song that was inspired by these nightly dance parties we’ve been having in my house after dinner. Me and the three kids and my wife we go in the playroom, turn the party lights on just about every night and have a dance party. So, this is one of those songs that always worked in the dance parties and feels like something that’ll be really fun to take on tour and play live and hopefully get the crowd moving the way the kids do during the dance parties. So, ‘Dancin’ In The Country’ is just a fun one.”