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ERNEST releases new album “NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE”

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ERNEST has dropped his third studio album, ‘NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE’, featuring his collaboration with Jelly Roll called “I Went To College / I Went To Jail.” The album also includes all-star collaborations with his friends and label-mates Morgan Wallen and HARDY, as well as Lukas Nelson and Lainey Wilson.

ERNEST had previously announced the album release alongside a fictitious, mayoral campaign for the city of Nashville with endorsements from Koe Wetzel, Caleb Pressley, and more famous faces.  The Nashville hitmaker has also been teasing fans with samples off the album in recent months, including the song “Kiss of Death,” and his cover of John Mayer’s iconic single “Slow Dancing In a Burning Room.”

On social media this week, ERNEST shared that alongside the album drop he would be performing a free show in Nashville on Friday, writing: “FREE SHOW FRIDAY IN NASHVILLE”. Details can be found on ERNEST’s social platforms.

‘NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE’ is available to stream: here.

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