Jason Aldean releases ‘Got What I Got’ | The Music Universe

New single arrives to radio

Jason Aldean continues to embrace the genre-blending sound that has helped define his career with the release his new single “Got What I Got.” The R&B infused track from his sixth consecutive No. 1 selling album 9 (Macon Music/Broken Bow Records) was produced by long-time collaborator Michael Knox and is an expression gratitude for the ones we love. “Got What I Got” is available at all digital retailers now and ships to country radio today with an April 7th impact date.

“When I first heard ‘Got What I Got’ it reminded me something Boyz II Men would do…almost like a 90’s R&B throwback song,” Aldean shares. “It’s just not something you really hear in country music that much…plus, now more than ever, I think we’re all just being reminded how to appreciate the people we love.”

“Got What I Got” showcases Aldean’s versatility, serving as a “perfect example that he has no problem diverting from his signature anthems” (Entertainment Tonight). Co-written by Thomas Archer, Alex Palmer and Michael Tyler, the new single carries Aldean’s pattern touching on “the ‘life stuff’ at the center his ninth studio set” (Billboard).

Aldean was forced to postpone the final three dates his 2020 We Back Tour due to the coronavirus pandemic. New dates have been rescheduled for August 7th in Columbia, MO, August 8th in St. Paul, MN and August 9th in Madison, WI, out an abundance caution. All tickets will be honored accordingly.