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Muuziko Weekly Top 25 – COUNTRY

Whether you are embarking on a road trip in America or trying to get through the tough times with positive uplifting music or maybe it’s for the love for family and country, there is a country track on this list specially for that. Here are the top tracks of the past week.

1. More Than My Hometown by Morgan Wallen: Released about 5 months ago, “More Than My Hometown” is a song about a man who loved his lover so much He compares the love to some of the best things and feelings in the world but where he draws  the line is when it comes to moving out of this hometown to follow his girlfriends big city dreams “More Than My Hometown” was added to 8 playlists.

2. Without You by Luke Combs and Amanda Shires: American country music singer and songwriter Luke Combs teamed up with Amanda Shires to make this classic, slow tempo song titled “Without You”. The song is about appreciating and giving credits to everyone that was instrumental to the success of Luke combs, particularly his wife, his parents and fans. “Without You” was added to 8 Spotify editorial playlist last week.

3. Starting Over by Chris Stapleton: Chris Stapleton hired the service of Mike Henderson to co-write “Starting Over”, The lead track to Stapleton’s forthcoming full length project. The track’s release couldn’t have come at a better time than now since the song is about staying optimistic in hard times and how family and friends can help us get through the long and hard journey of life. Released around the concluding days of last month, “Starting Over” is named after stapleton’s next album scheduled to be released in November.

To listen and to also find more information about these Country tracks updates, read below and click on the next page or follow the Spotify link on top of this post

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Artists: HARDY
Added to 6 playlists.
Playlists: Breakout Country (#25)  |  Hot Country (#18)  |  Wild Country (#54)  |  RADAR Country (#60)  |  New Boots (#31)  |  Fresh Country (#11)
 
 

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