- Genre: Country
- Release Date: 08 September 2017
- Explicitness: notExplicit
- Country: USA
- Track Count: 14
- ℗ 2017 Big Machine Label Group, LLC
Life Changes Tracks
About Life Changes Album
Life Changes is the third studio album from American country music artist Thomas Rhett. Released on September 8, 2017 through Valory Music Group, Rhett produced the album alongside Dann Huff, Jesse Frasure, Julian Bunetta and Joe London. It includes the chart-topping lead single "Craving You" with Maren Morris
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released 08 September 2017 and containing 14 tracks.
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Thomas Rhett - Life Changes Reviews
This album is amazing. Clever lyrics. Love!!!
He can't do wrong. Great voice, great music, great soul. I don't care what others saying, trying to "label" him; he's Thomas Rhett and he is great.
JUST TAKE A FEW MINUTES TO LISTEN~
Thomas Rhett's story of himself and his family is incredible. While growing in popularity on social media for how sweet they are, when I heard the titular song, I was blown away by his talents of singing/songwriting. He tells advice and their story with a bit of love and a giggle. This album has sexy songs, jams for friends, and songs about... LIFE. It is totally amazing. Lots of people liked how Taylor Swift married country and pop, but nobody- NO ARTIST- has done anything like this. In every song there's a root of country, they storytelling and instruments, but some songs are more Bruno Mars-esque, or Drake-ish. Others are full-on Country. Some are love songs, some are what you thought was a love song, BUT BOOM, OPPOSITE. Every song is unique and creative and you can hear his personality in all of it. One of the most incredible creative albums in Country music to date. I hope ALL of these songs get to see the charts, because there's something to love in this album for everyone. DOWNLOAD IT NOW YALL, its WELL WORTH it!
Thomas Rhett is the perfect example of what modern country music is; poppy. After continued success with his first two albums, and a male vocalist of the year award, "Life Changes" will not disappoint traditional Rhett fans. I like that he keeps his traditional catchy pop country tunes with "Craving You", "Sixteen", and "Drink a Little Beer". Most of my time with this album will be spent on the first 5 songs though. Some on this album go WAY too far into the pop genre though, those i will probably skip. Regardless, what many listeners refuse to hear is that just because a genre, or an artist, has a more poppy sound doesnt make it bad. There are many songs on here that are terrifically written and are good on the ears. This album does not disappoint and you should enjoy it
Hot Fire Flames Good
First of all I need to say that I am not a "country girl" and definitely not the biggest fan of country but when I heard Thomas Rhett sing Unforgettable on the Today Show I instantly feel in love with his music and had to hear more. I purchased the album and have had it on repeat getting ready for work, on the way to work, sneaking it into work and on the way home. I'm so impressed, I love the catchy beat each song has along with the meaningful lyrics. I even purchased tickets to his concert. Thomas Rhett you've turned this non-country Florida girl into a huge fan of yours and I can't wait to hear what's next!
Should be under pop.
By Fresh Prince 2
It's an ok pop album but it isn't country.
just bought the album
By This is the best game ever 💀
This is the best thing I have ever heard. Yes Thomas Rhett keep doing great and I love ur music. By the way u are great in concert!
Good not great
I like Thomas Rhett for what he is. Catchy country-pop. Though this album is only like half good. You're better off just sticking with the singles, the rest of the album isn't anything special.
Love the new cd
Love the new cd!
I can listen to this album over and over and I still love it. I can listen to Grave on repeat for my entire work day and never get sick of it. Maybe all of the songs aren't true country, but that comes with the territory of younger generations being interested in country music now. There are songs on here for the older crowd and you get crowd. People just need to get over the new "pop" country songs. Almost every country artist is changing their sound. Now a days people aren't happy unless they have something to complain about. This album WILL win many awards!!!!