Justin Moore To Use A Held Luke Bryan Song In New Album ‘Kinda Don’t Care’


Justin Moore is reportedly using a song that Luke Bryan had held in his upcoming album ‘Kinda Don’t Care.’

Moore explains a few songs on the album in a Taste of Country interview stating:

“‘Goodbye Back,’ I wrote really early on, maybe two or three years ago,” he reveals. “I don’t write well by myself, those types of songs. I can write super traditional stuff, that’s kinda what comes out of me naturally. That’s a little more progressive sound. I wrote that with my producer, Jeremy Stover, and a guy who does write kind of stuff well, Ross Copperman.”

Also, he referred to a song called “Hell on a Highway,” which was held for Luke as he stated:

“I was doing a festival type event in Texas, and somebody sent me that song, and immediately I loved it.

So I said, ‘Well, I’ll just text or call Luke,’” Moore relates. “I don’t know which one I did, but he hit me back and said, ‘Man, if you love it, take it.’

Moore goes on to state how this reflects the good man Bryan is, as they have a long past together.

They met before either of them had a record deal, it is good to see the traditions of loving a song goes past greedily holding on to it.

Check out the music video for ‘Kinda Don’t Care’ by clicking here.

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