Father of the Bride
Thomas Rhett explores the pop and electronic elements within modern country music.
The twenty nine year old American country-pop musician released his third studio album “Life Changes” in September 2017 through Valory Music Group. The album was co-produced by Thomas Rhett along with Dann Huff, Jesse Frasure, Julian Bunetta and Joe London. It topped the US Billboard 200 and US Top Country Albums (Billboard)charts. It also came in second and third positions on music charts in countries like New Zealand, Canada and the United Kingdom. The album was also nominated for the 60th Annual Grammy Awards and CMA (Country Music Association) Awards in 2018.
A catchy country-pop track with a music video depicting a crime thriller
Thomas Rhett “Craving You”
“Craving You” is the first track of the album that was written by Dave Barnes and JulianBunetta and featured vocals by the American country musician Maren Morris, who added some clean harmonies. This song was released as a single in April 2017,five months before the official album release. Though this is dominantly a semi-rocking pop track, some elements of country music and R&B are seen. Sounds Like Nashville described this song as “undeniably catchy country-pop tune with infectious ’80s production”. The song reached the number one spot on US Country Airplay (Billboard) and Canada Country (Billboard), and the number three spot on US Hot Country Songs (Billboard).Overall, this is a catchy song with a very unique music video.
Memories of meeting her wife for the first time
Thomas Rhett “Unforgettable”
“Unforgettable” is the second track of the album that was first released as a single in July 2017. Rhett co-wrote this song along with Jesse Frasure, Ashley Gorley and Shane McAnally. The song mostly speaks of his time with his wife and the experience of meeting her for the first time over a mango-rita and a Coldplay song that she was singing. It describes how he met his girl – “It was the 14th of October/ And that t-shirt off your shoulder/ I was drunk, said I was sober/ And you said “yeah, right”/ We were talkin’ for a minute/ Then some guy tried to cut in/ You took my hand and we pretended/ Like I was your guy”. It topped the US Country Airplay (Billboard) and Canada Country (Billboard)charts, and reached the number four spot on US Hot Country Songs (Billboard) chart.
A sweet sounding country song portraying the things that used to happen in his teenage life
Thomas Rhett “Sixteen”
“Sixteen” is the third song of the album which Rhett co-wrote along with Sean Douglas and Joe Spargur. This is a pure country music track with very little use of pop elements. This song also gained significant commercial success as it reached the number one spot in US Country Airplay (Billboard) and Canada Country (Billboard).Overall, the use of organs and acoustic guitar which later mixes with other instruments like some sweet-sounding electric guitar tunes and percussion, including moderate tempo and decent grooves make it a very appealing track that establishes a connection with the listeners and has the capability to emerge as a teenage anthem.
A slow heartbreaking ballad that speaks of seeing a loved one marry someone else
Thomas Rhett “Marry me”
“Marry me” is the fifth track of the album that Rhett co-wrote along with Jesse Frasure, Ashley Gorley and Shane McAnally. This is a sad heartbreaking piano ballad where the narrator is being friendzoned and watches a desired woman marry someone else sitting at her side. The track comes with a very appealing music video that portrays similar emotions, which was released in December 2017. The song was featured at the top position on Canada Country (Billboard) and US Country Airplay (Billboard), and at the second position on US Hot Country Songs (Billboard).
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