Justin Moore’s Upcoming Album Will Be The “Most Traditional Album” He’s Ever Made

Justin Moore is going back to his bread and butter.

There’s no denying that Justin stepped out of his comfort zone and took some chances with his most recent album Kinda Don’t Care. But in a Big Machine Label Group sound bite, Justin Moore has promised to deliver the “most traditional album” he has ever made with the release of his next project, name and date TBA.

“It was a conscious decision. I’m glad we did what we did on the last album and it was successful. And you know, I enjoyed it but I’m just better at traditional country music than I am anything else. It’s what comes out of me naturally. I feel like it’s what I do best and I have more fun doing it. So I wanted to make the most traditional album I have ever made and I feel like we’ve done that. And I can’t wait for everybody to hear it. The other part of that, too, for me, is I miss songwriting and I don’t write that other stuff. There’s nothing wrong with it. I just don’t do well writing it. I write traditional sounding country music, so that was something that I missed having the opportunity to do on the last album. I think I had two or three cuts maybe. And so that was just a part of the process that I really missed. And Lord, we’re 10, 11 years into this now. It’s just fun to do what you want to do.”

One of the songs Justin wrote for his next album is his latest single, “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home.”

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