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The latest project from Chris Stapleton has finally arrived. On Friday (November 10), Stapleton dropped his highly anticipated fifth studio album, Higher.
Higher is Stapleton’s first album since 2020’s Starting Over. Starting Over won Album of the Year at both the CMA and ACM Awards in 2021. It also won the Grammy Award for Best Country Album in 2022.
Now, Stapleton has the potential to replicate that success with Higher.
The release comes just days after the 2023 CMA Awards. Stapleton performed “We Don’t Fight Anymore” with Carly Pearce and also delivered a solo performance of “White Horse.”
Keep reading to learn more about Higher and its songs.
Higher was co-produced by Stapleton, his longtime collaborator Dave Cobb, and his wife Morgane Stapleton. It contains a total of 14 tracks, which are:
Stapleton first released “White Horse” in July as Higher‘s lead single.
So far, the song has climbed as high as the seventh spot on Billboard‘s Hot Country Songs chart. It also crossed over to claim the 31st slot on the all-genre Billboard Hot 100.
“White Horse” received an additional boost when it was featured during Week 1 of Monday Night Football this year. Stapleton currently sings the theme for MNF as well.
Stapleton released more songs ahead of Higher‘s release date, including “It Takes a Woman” and “Think I’m in Love with You.” You can listen to both of those songs below.
Let us know which songs you like the most once you listen to Higher in its entirety!