Tyler Hubbard recently shared a new single, “Me For Me,” from his upcoming solo album.
The song, co-written by Hubbard, Thomas Rhett and Russell Dickerson, is a sweet tribute to loving relationships.
The country artist said “Me For Me” is one of his favorite songs on the album, which is scheduled to be released on January 27.
“‘Me For Me'” was written with my good buddies, Russell Dickerson and Thomas Rhett,” Hubbard said. “We set aside a few hours and just thought we’d see what happens. We ended up writing ‘Me For Me,’ which quickly became one of my favorites because it really felt personal and real.”
“I love when an unexpected song falls out of thin air, especially with two of your best buds. I couldn’t wait to get into the studio with (producer) Jordan and bring the song to life,” he added.
“Me For Me” is the latest track from Hubbard’s debut solo album. It also features other previously released songs “5 Foot 9,” “Dancin’ In The Country,” “Everybody Needs A Bar,” and “Inside And Out.”
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