Scotty McCreery is a country hitmaker who recently released a song from his deluxe edition album, Same Truck. The song has won the hearts of several music lovers. The hit album includes six tracks, including the song “Nothin’ Right.”
He has co-written the song “Nothin’ Right” with James McNair, Jared Mullins, & Jordan Schmidt. The song is a carefree and funny number that gives you a fresh feel and clocks you out from the hustle and bustle of this busy life.
McCreery beautifully sings the song with its feel-good lyrics and thumping beats. The exciting guitar single-line riffs, “Gonna soak up these Sunday rays / Make the most of these good old days / Ain’t nothin’ wrong / Singing nothin’ wrong with turning all day long into all night / Got nothin’ to do, got nothin’ but time/ If we’re gonna do nothin’ / Then we’re gonna do nothin’ right.”
In one of his recent interviews, McCreery opens up about the album. He says, “I am pumped that the Triple Tigers asked me to do a Deluxe Edition where I could add six more songs. We’ve also had a lot of requests for a vinyl version of Same Truck over the last year, so I’m excited we can offer that option as well.”
The other tracks in the deluxe album, apart from the song “Nothin’ Right,” are “Small Town Story,” “Falling for A Stranger,” “Live A Little,” Here and Ready,” & “On It.” McCreery has been performing the song “Nothin’ Right” in several of his live shows and has received brilliant responses.
The track gives an important message: Enjoy the present life and leave aside your worries. The lyrics are simple yet have a deep meaning. McCreery has become the face of the new country music as he blends old-style and today’s country music perfectly.
McCreery worked on the project “Same Truck: The Deluxe Album” as soon as his work on the song “Damn Strait” ended. The music had been No. 1 on the Billboard Country Airplay Chart for 3 weeks. Meanwhile, he also launched the song “It matters to Her,” which recently became one of the most loved country songs.