This morning country music hitmaker Chris Young, delivered his new song “I’m Comin’ Over” to country radio. 29-year-old Young co-wrote the new track with Corey Crowder and Josh Hoge. This marks the Platinum-selling singer-songwriter’s thirteenth single to go to country radio and is the first song to be released off Young’s new album, which he has been recording through the winter between sold-out tour dates worldwide. The new album, Young’s fifth for RCA Records Nashville, is due out this fall.
“‘I’m Comin’ Over’ describes that feeling when you can’t get someone off your mind and you just have to be with them no matter the consequences,” Young details. “It’s my first new music in almost three years and I’m really excited to share it with my fans.”
Young has an incredibly successful history with country radio. The Murfreesboro, Tennessee native has racked up six No. 1 songs on country radio with four of them co-written by Young. In 2011, the singer received his first Grammy Award nomination for ‘Best Male Country Vocal Performance’ for his first No. 1 hit, “Gettin’ You Home.” He has also gone on to receive eight Gold/Platinum singles including “Tomorrow,” “You,” “Gettin’ You Home,” “The Man I Want To Be,” “Aw Naw,” “Who I Am With You,” “Voices” and his most recent hit, “Lonely Eyes.”
Needless to say, Chris Young is recognized as one of the strongest vocalists in country music today. Learn more about this country music star here.