Luke Bryan’s new song is a return to his classic country sound Capitol Nashville
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Luke Bryan has an important question for everybody as he gears up to release his sixth album, “What Makes You Country,” on Dec. 8. The singer-songwriter just dropped the classic country-sounding title track from the new project, and he’s asking fans to head over to to share their thoughts on what connects us all as country fans. Use the hashtag #WhatMakesMeCountry to make sure Luke sees your video.

Here’s the first batch of videos with a few famous faces, like Jon Pardi and “Good Morning America” anchor Robin Roberts, along with everyday fans all explaining what ties them to country music and the country lifestyle.

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There’s one woman from France who’s been a country music fan most of her life, and another man who tells us, “You don’t have to be from the south to be from the country. I’m learning that as I go all over the place.”

As for the new album, Luke wrote seven of the 15 new songs, including the lead single, “Light It Up.” There are a few other songs we’ve heard Luke perform during his pre-show acoustic sets on the road, including “Hooked On It” and “Like You Say You Do.”

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Luke says in a statement, “It is important to me to continue to push myself to grow on all levels, and I feel like we did that on this project. Making and performing music never gets old, and I can honestly say I am having the time of my life.  I will be forever grateful to every fan who sings along each night.”

Here’s the track listing for the new album:
“What Makes You Country”
“Out of Nowhere”
“Light It Up”
“Most People Are Good”
“Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset”
“Bad Lovers”
“Drinking Again”
“Land of a Million Songs”
“Like You Say You Do”
“Hooked on It”
“She’s a Hot One”
“Hungover in a Hotel Room”
“Pick It Up”
“Driving This Thing”
“Win Life”


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Hunter Kelly is a senior correspondent for Rare Country. Follow him on Twitter @Hunterkelly.
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