August 30

Here Are The 10 Best Chase Rice Songs That Will Move Your Soul

Chase Rice is an American reality television personality, songwriter, and country music artist who was born on September 19, 1985. In his career as a country music artist, he had received nominations such as Breakthrough Video of the Year in the CMT Music Awards in 2015. As well as New Male Vocalist of the Year in 2016 at the Academy of Country Music Awards.

With that, here are Top 10 Chase Rice Songs you should definitely listen to.

1.  “Eyes on You”

“Eyes on You” is the second single from Chase Rice‘s second studio album, Lambs & Lions, which was released to radio on August 13, 2018, and was co-written and recorded by Rice. The song is based on a real encounter Rice had with a female acquaintance in Hawaii. The song expresses a yearning for a special evening spent with a crush. The two most prevalent musical accompaniments are the keyboard and guitar.

2.  “Buzz Back”

The track demonstrated the development of a potential country star even if it didn’t do well on the charts. This catchy song was about wanting to carry on the celebration from the night before. This song is all about having fun and being nimble females who just wanted to enjoy themselves while the opportunity was still around.

3.  “Lonely If You Are”

It acts as the lead single for his fourth studio album titled The Album. Rice put out the single in the middle of the year. He explains the song, which is mostly acoustic guitar-driven, as him telling this particular girl that although they aren’t officially dating right now, he is still available for a phone call.

4.  “Drinkin’ Beer. Talkin’ God. Amen”

As Rice stated, it’s amazing that this song was created before the COVID-19 epidemic since it seems as though God had a role in its development. The song, he claimed, is special in this way because it actually honors what 2020 means for them and many others: taking our time to savor these moments with our loved ones and having more in-depth, meaningful conversations.

5.  Ready Set Roll

The song made its debut at positions 100 on the Billboard Hot 100 and 27 on the Hot Country Songs chart.

On October 11, 2014, “Ready Set Roll” peaked at No. 54, which was its highest position ever on the Hot 100 chart. The song received a Platinum certification from the RIAA on November 18, 2014, and one million copies were sold in the US in March 2015. And as of July 2015, the song had sold 1,060,000 copies in the US.

6.  “Key West & Colorado”

Chase Rice claims it was actually written by mistake. He said that on that particular day, they were just hanging out and drinking beer on a boat. Rice notes that as a frequent traveler, he has a deep love for the idea of traveling from one emotional zone to another via physical mobility, which is how the song’s lyrics describe getting through a breakup.

7.  “Forever To Go”

It refers to a kind of love that, in Rice’s opinion, everyone yearns for. He admits this song is about his ex-girlfriend, a medical student he dated for a full year and a half. This is one of those songs that you want to dance to with your partner. When you hear this music, you can always picture how it feels to be loved in this way.

8.  “If I Were Rock & Roll”

It is his first important solo song that has been released. The vocalist of the reflective yet happy song considers the people, places, and things that have helped him get to where he is now.

9.  “Gonna Wanna Tonight”

Rice claims that the song accurately captures country life and the thoughts of the majority of men. It’s a fun anthem chorus that gets really big in this song. It’s not the same rockin’ melodies; this one is a little bit softer. He prays the entire night that she will have the same vision of the night as he does.

10. “Ride”

Rapper SoMo originally made it available as a single in 2013. “Ride” was given a gentle and delightful country song makeover by Chase Rice and Macy Maloy. This duet, which shows Rice’s desire to win over Maloy as the song’s love interest, quickly became a favorite among listeners because of the lyrics’ actual honesty.

Some More Chase Rise Songs you wouldn’t want to miss out on:

  • “50 Shades of Crazy”
  • “Carolina Can”
  • “Everybody We Know Does”
  • “Jack Daniels & Jesus”
  • “Party Up”
  • “In the Woulds”
  • “On Tonight”
  • “Messy”
  • “If I Didn’t Have You”
  • “You”

Rice ultimately hopes that each listener will value each song for what it is. He is proud of his unusual path but more interested in what lies ahead. He is savoring the wonderful gift of growing creatively while still connecting with the fans who have backed him from the beginning.

Chase Rice songs will surely make you feel “the feels” whenever you listen to it. It just relives moments of our lives that we always want to get back to. 


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