If “Seein’ Red” is “taking the party to the next level” for Dustin Lynch, his new album is taking the sexy to the next level.
The country star, who celebrates his career 4th No. 1 single with “Seein’ Red” this week, tells Cody his introspective new project is a steamy look inside his love life.
“It’s a lot about love, there’s a lot of sex on it,” he reveals exclusively. “I step back and I go, ‘Wow! This is pretty hot.’ It’s an open book. I’ve fallen out of love and hated it and then kind of been OK with being alone. And I’m still in that spot. I’ve gone through a lot of emotions the past two years in my personal life.”
Dustin adds his newly adopted open-book mentality to music may even inspire him to name the album No Filter.
No official word on the album title or its release date just yet. See DL on Florida Georgia Line’s Dig Your Roots Tour now.
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