Hear Chase Rice’s Softer Side on New Song ‘Gonna Wanna Tonight’

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(Credit: Jon-Paul Bruno)

(Credit: Jon-Paul Bruno)

Chase Rice, one of the writers behind Florida Georgia Line‘s massive hit “Cruise,” is seeing his own radio success with his current single “Ready Set Roll” — and now he has a new song with which to replicate his newfound success.

As the country singer-songwriter gears up for the release of his new album Ignite the Night on Aug. 19, he’s giving fans a preview with “Gonna Wanna Tonight,” released today (July 22).

Written by Shane McAnally, Jon Nite and Jimmy Robbins, “Gonna Wanna Tonight” is one of three tracks on the album that Rice didn’t write himself. A song Rice said is likely to be his next single, he recently told Radio.com the story behind the more sensitive track.

Related: ‘Cruise’ Songwriter Chase Rice Is on the Rise with ‘Ready Set Roll’

“People talk about how they’re tired of hearing, get a girl in your truck, drive her around, take her down the dirt road, however you word it,” Rice told Radio.com. “I brush that off real quick. Trust me, these people I’m seeing at these shows are doing that. And they’re doing that because that’s their life. I’m singing about it because that was my life before I was touring all the time.”

Read more on Radio.com.

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