Tim McGraw is ready to get back out there performing, but in the meantime, he’s teaming up with the country group, Midland.
They’re making little music and it’s making a big splash on social media. The song “Redneck Girl” is included on the country star’s newest album, “McGraw Machine Hits.” It’s a collection of his biggest hits, with three new bonus tracks.
The deluxe album’s set for release Nov. 20, but the lyric video can be found on McGraw’s Youtube channel.
The award winning country artist calls the Midland boys “friends” in a recent Instagram post.
Also on the album is duo, Florida Georgia Line. They’re collaborating on the song, “May We All.” This song was originally released in 2016 on Florida Georgia Line’s “Dig Your Roots” album, but McGraw’s bringing it back around on greatest hits record.
McGraw and Midland Remake ‘Redneck Girl’
Believe it or not, “Redneck Girl” isn’t an original from either one one the parties. This song was originally released in 1982 by The Bellamy Brothers. But, it seems like the brothers are giving their stamp of approval on the song.
“I was drinking my coffee this morning when I stumbled across this new track by @TheTimMcGraw and @MidlandOfficial. It sounded familiar! We’ve known Tim for years and we’re big fans of him and Midland. Great job guys! – David”
Tim McGraw Keeps Making Music
The country music star just released new music earlier this year in August. His “Here on Earth” album is his fifteenth studio record, sixteenth overall, but his first with Big Machine Records.
The album features 16 songs in total and even the one that he tears up playing for his wife, Faith Hill. “I Called Momma” is the first single off the album and hit the top 20 on the Billboard Country Songs charts.