Tyler Hubbard continues to show his distinction as a writer and artist on his sophomore album Strong, out April 12th via EMI Nashville. Co-produced by Hubbard alongside Jordan Schmidt, the Georgia native’s 13-track album is a reflection of Hubbard’s unique ability to epitomise his passion for life and love.

The 21x No. 1 hitmaker wrote or co-wrote all of the songs on Strong. Constructed both lyrically and sonically to emote a sense of thrill and fun, the tracks range from previously released ‘Back Then Right Now’ and ‘Turn’ to ‘Wish You Would‘, which dropped today

Throughout the album, Strong embodies a distinct variety of both sonic and geographical-driven influences. Songs like ‘Vegas’ stamp the vulnerability of love at first sight, while ‘American Mellencamp’ is pure, heartfelt fun. ‘Take Me Back’ and ‘Park’ offer unique views of hometown reminiscence, while ‘‘73 Beetle’ is an ode to fatherhood, family and dream-filled aspirations. The title track ‘Strong’ culminates Hubbard’s sophomore album both lyrically and symbolically as an ode to long-lasting, healthy and binding relationships that keep life moving forward.

Hubbard’s current single ‘Back Then Right Now’ is currently Top 20 and climbing at U.S. Country radio. It follows RIAA 2x Platinum No. 1 single ‘Dancin’ In The Country’ and RIAA Platinum No. 1 single ‘5 Foot 9’ – both from his debut solo album Tyler Hubbard, which has garnered more than 1 billion streams since its release in 2023.

Hubbard’s announcement comes on the heels of his nomination at the iHeartRadio Music Awards for ‘Favorite Debut Album.’ Fans can hear songs from Strong and more when Hubbard supports Kane Brown’s In The Air Tour this year, which kicks off in March and includes stops in Toronto, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and more.