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Hey World – the upcoming album (November 20, 2021) from Curb Records recording artist Lee Brice – sets a very high bar even higher when it comes to music from this Country music superstar with over 2 billion career on-demand streams. The ACM and CMA Award winner, and GRAMMY nominee, is in the middle of a meteoric rise at Country radio with his song of the summer, “One of Them Girls,” the follow-up to his #1 with Carly Pearce on “I Hope You’re Happy Now.”

Hey World is a 15-track collection releasing in the middle of one of the most unique times in modern history, and who better to provide our soundtrack then Lee Brice. “We wrote the title-track from an introspective, truthful place, and probably what most people are actually feeling right now,” shares Brice. “With everything that is happening in the world currently, and how fast paced we are as a society, in general, sometimes you just want everything to stop - just to appreciate what we do have. People are suffering and it can’t be ignored. “Moving through the experience of these 15 songs takes you from the desire to shut out the craziness of the worldthrough the song, “Hey World,” to a message from the great beyond to family and friends with “Save The Roses,” onto the stop-you-in-your-tracks “Lies,” then all the way back around to “Atta Boy” and “More Beer” – all-in providing a fully-immersive, perspective-bringing, real-life look at our world. Lee adds, “Recording this album was very different from how any of us have done it in the past.

Having to be separated, this project had a unique set of challenges but came out as something I’m really proud of, and might be my most complete and cohesive album to date. We’ve worked hard to get this accomplished, and I can’t wait for the world to hear it. I hope they love it as much as I do.”Lee Brice has 11 consecutive RIAA single certifications along with multiple gold and platinum albums, has taken 7 radio singles to number one, performed as part of the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song honoring Garth Brooks in 2020, and is just getting started. Hey World will be available November 20, 2020.



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