Tyler Hubbard recently shared a “Dancin’ In The Country” demo, featuring country superstar Keith Urban.
Hubbard offered a glimpse of the creative process behind his current hit, “Dancin’ In The Country.” The song is currently in the Top 10 at country radio and has over 115 million global streams.
The upbeat anthem was written by Hubbard, Urban, Ross Copperman and Jon Nite.
“I know you feel that heat / Watermelon summer / Get them Luccheses / Stompin’ like the thunder,” Urban sings over a thumping beat.
“‘Dancin’ in the Country’ has been a super fun song since day one, since the day we wrote it. I got to write this song with Keith Urban, my buddy Jon Nite and Ross Copperman, and it was an awesome day. A lot of great energy in that room, everybody kind of brought their strengths to the table,” Hubbard told fans on Instagram.
“Keith was shredding the guitar and got together with Ross to just make this special track. Me and Jon were kind of putting some lyric and content together and some ideas and figuring out how we wanted this song to kind of unfold,” Hubbard added. “It’s one of my favorite parts of the process, writing songs and seeing how the pieces of the puzzle come together.”
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