Check Out All You Need To Know About Brett Eldredge’s New Album ‘Sunday Drive’

A new month is here which means new music! Damon Williams from Music Choice has our July playlist...


Sunday Drive by Brett Eldredge

Brett Eldredge is back with his 5th studio album called: Sunday Drive. Music Choice caught up with Eldredge to learn more about the new project...

"I put myself out there a lot with this whole album and it's so freeing when you do that. I was usually afraid of vulnerability at certain points in my life. But now I'm like; 'man just air in out' . Just let it be what it is and it makes you feel so much better as a person and an artist. It's a superpower to have"

Music Choice is highlighting Brett all weekend. Just go to: Today's Country, for a weekend-long album takeover.

Keedron Bryant Signs With Warner Bros. Records

The young man who went viral during the Black Lives Matter protests now has a record contract! Music Choice spoke with Keedron Bryant about what type of music he hopes to record...

"I want to do inspirational songs and motivational songs and just songs that can just like tell you to push forward. Or even speaking about equality or what's going on in the world right now. That's the kind of songs I would want to do, like to bring faith and hope to the world."

You can hear more from Keedron and his mom right now on Music Choice. Just download the app or watch it on Music Choice TV.

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