NOW That's What I Call Country, Vol. 14 Various Artists Country Music 2021 New Songs Albums Artists Singles Videos Musicians Remixes Image

Album: NOW That's What I Call Country, Vol. 14

Artist: Various Artists

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2021
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 21

  • Copyright: This Compilation ℗ 2021 UMG Recordings, Inc. and Sony Music Entertainment

Tracklist For NOW That's What I Call Country, Vol. 14 By Artist Various Artists

Title Artist Time
1
What’s Your Country Song Thomas Rhett 2:49 USD Album Only
2
The Good Ones Gabby Barrett 3:32 USD Album Only
3
Bluebird Miranda Lambert 3:28 USD Album Only
4
Worship You Kane Brown 3:25 USD Album Only
5
Better Together Luke Combs 3:34 USD Album Only
6
Down To One Luke Bryan 3:38 USD Album Only
7
How They Remember You Rascal Flatts 3:28 USD Album Only
8
I Should Probably Go To Bed Dan + Shay 2:50 USD Album Only
9
One Too Many Keith Urban & P!nk 3:21 USD Album Only
10
hole in the bottle Kelsea Ballerini 2:33 USD Album Only
11
One Beer (feat. Lauren Alaina Hardy 2:51 USD Album Only
12
Breaking Up Was Easy In The 90 Sam Hunt 3:33 USD Album Only
13
Almost Maybes Jordan Davis 2:55 USD Album Only
14
Long Live Florida Georgia Line 2:31 USD Album Only
15
Beers And Sunshine Darius Rucker 2:56 USD Album Only
16
Made For You Jake Owen 3:57 USD Album Only
17
Momma’s House Dustin Lynch 3:38 USD Album Only
18
Some Girls Jameson Rodgers 3:04 USD Album Only
19
Shoulda Kylie Morgan 2:44 USD Album Only
20
Just About Over You Priscilla Block 3:08 USD Album Only

Reviews For NOW That's What I Call Country, Vol. 14 By Artist Various Artists

  • No! NOW That Not What I Call Country

    1
    By whycocoman
    Ahh..the CMA is at it again. No, not THAT CMA...the Country Marketing Association, trying to convince weak minds that these artists are country. sURE, There rae a couple of exceptions but the rest...naaaah! However, young mushy minds will accept most of this hick-hop, boyfriend, lyrically shallow crap as Country Music. And no, I don't want to go back to sixties style country, just give us something that even someone who hates country music can identify as country, with iltelligent lyrics about real life outside a bar, Friday night, a pickup truck and beer.. Country people also drink Cabernet and drive a Tesla.
  • great comp!

    5
    By rjeepgrl
    there’s actual hits on this baby!
  • Country?!

    2
    By Laydieabbey
    This is false advertising! Only two on here that even come close!
  • Country Pop

    1
    By Dj salon
    Geee😔
  • Almár matter dang Sweet lady

    5
    By tu3togoodtoseema
    Same House reál cool ya Noé jeesh
  • A ripoff

    1
    By Estelle_Roses
    Most of this is POP music and I only love “I Should Probably Go To Bed” by Dan + Shay but I couldn’t get that because I need to buy the whole album. How stupid is that?!
  • Sad Excuse for country music

    1
    By NFLisTrash
    I have been a huge country fan all of my life. This crap they are trying to pass off as country music is an embarrassment to the industry.
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    5
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  • Hick Hop doesn't work..

    1
    By Drummer4Ever
    There is not one song on this collection that screams "let's drink a beer, sing along with the band and let's have a great time. Haven't been a fan of "Country" music since the 90s. The only thing these new artists have ever wiped off of their hats is hair gel. Sad, sad music genre that should be cancelled....
  • Wow it’s so cool

    5
    By lol UwI
    Wow it’s so cool

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