Attention ladies and ladies. Country hottie, Kip Moore has recently announced that his lead single for his sophomore album will be "Young Love."
That's right, the "Somethin' 'Bout a Truck" superstar has more music coming your way. And apparently the new album will have a more personal feel to it that was somewhat inspired by his youth.
Moore wrote his album with Dan Couch and Westin Davis. This isn't the first time however Couch and Moore have worked together. Couch helped bring Moore his country stardom with their collaboration on his debut single, "Somethin' 'Bout a Truck."
The country superstar talked with Billboard and said that he gained the inspiration after discussing life matter with the two writers.
"We got to talking about being younger kids. I remember being sixteen in Panama City, and sneaking away with this girl I really liked. You get in trouble, and the parents hate you for it. We just started talking about the crazy things you will do for that person. It's one of those songs where it's you against everybody else, and you make it through," said Moore.
Moore is nominated for New Artist Of The Year at the upcoming 47th Annual Country Music Association Awards. "Young Love" will be the lead single for his second album on MCA Nashville.
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