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  • Thomas Rhett Releases New Song “Beautiful As You”

  • American country music singer-songwriter Thomas Rhett released a new song “Beautiful As You” on May 10, 2024.


    The song will appear on his upcoming seventh studio album, which is set to be released on August 23, 2024.
    It was written by Alexander Izquierdo, Jacob Kasher Hindlin, John Henry Ryan, Joshua Emanuel Coleman, Julian Bunetta, Thomas Rhett, and Zaire Kelsey. Produced by Julian Bunetta, John Ryan, Ammo, and Dann Huff.
    The song is inspired by his wife.

    Thomas Rhett said of the song, “This is an anthem for everybody who feels like they out-kicked their coverage. There was one day a couple years back when I was looking at my wife, and I was like, 'Why in the world did you choose me?' I get to be with someone who could easily be on the cover of a magazine, and I get to see her in all her forms – a partner, a mother, a friend, even a philanthropist. I just feel like I've got a first row seat at almost-perfection, if you will. And like the song says, 'Seriously, what is somebody as amazing as you doing with somebody like me?'
  • He continued, “Lauren and I are just in a different phase of life than we have been for awhile. Now it's a little easier to go on date nights, do stuff with friends, stay up a little bit later – I don't know, maybe even sleep in a little bit! So much of my music is a reflection of the stage of life we are in - we're in a very joyful season - and this song is just the tip of the iceberg to the rest of this next album.”


  • The new album is the follow-up to the 2022 album “Where We Started” and comprises a 11-track.
    He recorded almost 30 songs for the album.
    Thomas Rhett told Superstar Power Hour about album, “We recorded almost 30 songs for this next project, and we played a game of, 'Okay. We're making an 11-song album. Go.' And you gotta get real, real, real picky. Because you start to cut, even down into the number 15 region, where you've already tried to cut from 30. You go, 'Yeah, but what about that song? But I think this group of people will like this song.' At the end of the day, it's really hard to make an 11-song album.”

    Photo by Grayson Gregory
  • source : Apple Music
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