Justin Moore is gearing up to release new music – and this one’s personal.
The country star just dropped his last album, Stray Dog, this past May. And his latest single, “You Me & Whiskey,” his duet with Priscilla Block, recently became Justin’s 12th #1 single (and Priscilla’s first).
But now he’s ready to drop something brand new.
Yesterday, Justin teased the new single on his social media with a video:
“The land that I live on has been in my family since the late 1800s.”
The teaser gives us a preview of the song, which was written by Justin along with Paul DiGiovanni, Randy Montana and Jeremy Stover, as Justin sings about the hard work that he and his family have put into the property that’s been in his family for generations:
“This is my dirt, these are my fields Where I harvest what I plant That little pond I catch bluegill I built that barn with my two hands Where I raised my baby’s a piece of me No this ain’t just a piece of land The money’d be great but I can’t part ways with a life that works You can’t put a greenback dollar on what it’s worth This is my dirt”
I know I’ve said it over and over, but Justin has been putting out the best music of his career with his recent albums, and from the sound of it, that won’t be changing with this one.