After celebrating being ‘A Little Extra Country Than That,’ Easton Corbin is able to get down, and he tells us why his new tune ‘is strictly what individuals want proper now.’

Whether or not you’re somewhat bit nation or somewhat bit rock and roll (or, hell, in case you’re 100% hip hop), chances are high you’re not doing something proper now. Enter Easton Corbin. The nation music star — recent off of celebrating the 10-year-anniversary of his debut no. 1 hit, “A Little Extra Country Than That” – has delivered the right banger in your Zoom Completely satisfied Hour, Dwelling Room Dance Party, or that socially-distant jog you go on throughout your uncommon second outdoors of the home. After two-plus months in quarantine, “Flip Up” is a refreshing reminder that enjoyable remains to be a factor on this world.

“After we all obtained to put in writing that day, Wade introduced the title of ‘Flip Up’ to the session,” Easton Corbin tells MeSlop EXCLUSIVELY in regards to the tune. “We weren’t certain about it at first, and the extra all of us mentioned it, the tune began writing itself. We went with the angle of turning up a superb time and turning off all the seriousness, which I believe is strictly what individuals want proper now.”

With two No. 1 singles, 7 Prime 10 songs and extra awards and nominations than one might depend, Easton Corbin has been a shiny star of nation music since his 2009 debut, the beforehand talked about “A Little Extra Country Than That.” Easton was the primary solo male nation artist to ship a debut single to the highest spot since Dierks Bentley’s 2003 hit, “What Was I Thinkin.” Easton’s self-titled debut album arrived in 2010, containing the licensed gold follow-up to “A Little Extra Country Than That,” the rollickin’ ‘Roll With It.”

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Easton was in the midst of creating his fourth studio album when he and his document label, Mercury Nashville, parted methods. “It’s been a constructive change for me,” he advised Style Of Country in 2019, saying that it supplied him an opportunity to refocus his consideration on his music. “It’s time for a brand new chapter.” Whereas he was appreciative of the music he was engaged on, he mentioned that there was “some stuff lacking from it,” particularly the story songs like his 2009 debut. On the time, he was engaged on “Flip Up” in addition to “Honky Tonk Land,” one other story tune. “They’re actually within the vein of a number of the earlier stuff that I used to do, and that’s what actually thrilling about it as a result of it’s simply actual acquainted territory to me.”

“I’m fairly good at understanding who I’m,” he advised Style Of Country. “This has enabled us to return and take our time and write on to the path we wish to go in, that’s for me, actually getting again to my roots and getting again to what began all of it. Reestablishing that I’m the man that waved the flag for nation music as a result of that’s what I do, and that’s what I like.”