Thomas Rhett has released his fourth album,Center Point Road.
The record is named for a street in his hometown of Hendersonville, Tennessee where he lived from the age of five until he was 21. It was the road that took him to school, football practice and just about everywhere in town.
Thomas says the record is about reliving the memories of his youth.
"It was really cool to dig back into my 16 to 18 year old brain and think back what was dealing with? What was I worried about? Was I stressed out about a math test or a girl or a relationship and really trying to take the stuff I grew up learning and writing it as an almost 30-year-old guy now."
The album features collaborations with Kelsea Ballerini, Little Big Town and Jon Pardi.
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