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Album: NOW That's What I Call Music Country 13

Artist: Various Artists

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2020
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 21

  • Copyright: This Compilation ℗ 2020 UMG Recordings, Inc. and Sony Music Entertainment

Tracklist For NOW That's What I Call Music Country 13 By Artist Various Artists

Title Artist Time
Beautiful Crazy Luke Combs 3:09 USD Album Only
The Bones Maren Morris 3:14 USD Album Only
10,000 Hours Dan + Shay & Justin Bieber 2:45 USD Album Only
Whiskey Glasses Morgan Wallen 3:51 USD Album Only
One Man Band Old Dominion 3:03 USD Album Only
Slow Dance In A Parking Lot Jordan Davis 3:10 USD Album Only
Heartache Medication Jon Pardi 3:23 USD Album Only
What She Wants Tonight Luke Bryan 3:04 USD Album Only
Kinfolks Sam Hunt 2:59 USD Album Only
Drinking Alone Carrie Underwood 4:15 USD Album Only
Homesick Kane Brown 3:22 USD Album Only
To a T Ryan Hurd 2:57 USD Album Only
More Hearts Than Mine Ingrid Andress 3:30 USD Album Only
I Wish Grandpas Never Died Riley Green 4:07 USD Album Only
Catch Brett Young 3:13 USD Album Only
We Back Jason Aldean 3:14 USD Album Only
Homemade Jake Owen 3:05 USD Album Only
I Hope You’re Happy Now Carly Pearce & Lee Brice 3:18 USD Album Only
Pretty Heart Parker McCollum 3:59 USD Album Only
After A Few Travis Denning 3:33 USD Album Only

Reviews For NOW That's What I Call Music Country 13 By Artist Various Artists

  • Country

    By cblack1980
    It’s awesome and I love country
  • I’m just saying that you have a lot C

    By sinnnfullll
  • I like the album

    By Poop man fart
    Not the best but it’s pretty good
  • Country💖💕❤️♥️😘

    By AliciaZoey
  • This is a mess

    By ronhoe1
    This is music of some kind but not country music.r
  • Why?

    By Semi-Sammy
  • FAVVVV song!!!

    By brittney phillips
    I love this is song, and Luke Combs is sexy! Forever will be a fan!
  • Not representative of country music

    By Afj99
    While it is a descent album, only 1/4 of the songs are sung by women. Four out of 20 isn't representative of country music imo. I'm not saying it should be all women, just maybe closer to 50/50.
  • Nope

    By Musiclovrrrr
    Try Now that’s what I call 90s country! Wayyyy better! These are all of the played out country-pop songs now. I miss the 90s
  • YAS

    By xxyforevergirlxxy
    I love country even tho i was born with other genres, My favorite song it the bones, It’s my opinion THANK YOU FOR THE ALBUM

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