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Russell Dickerson releases nostalgic track ‘Blame It On Being Young’

Triple Tigers artist Russell Dickerson has added a fifth PLATINUM single to his growing collection with “She Likes It,” featuring Jake Scott. Dickerson co-wrote the “irresistibly catchy” (American Songwriter) track along with Scott and Josh Kerr. This new RIAA-certification comes on the heels of Dickerson’s previous chart success including “Yours” (3x Platinum), “Blue Tacoma” (2x Platinum), “Every Little Thing” (Platinum), and “Love You Like I Used To” (Platinum). With just a week left before the release of his third studio album, another song is available today titled, “Blame It On Being Young.” Produced by Josh Kerr and Dickerson, the pair wrote the song alongside Parker Welling. The mid-tempo, introspective track invites listeners to take a trip down memory lane, capturing forever-young fun like a country pop Polaroid.

“‘Blame It On Being Young’ is all about the dumb things I did with my friends as a kid,” Dickerson stated. “When we were writing the song, it was fun to think about those crazy memories. I think the song really sums up that feeling of being young and on top of the world that we all experienced growing up.”

A Tennessee native from a musical family, there’s no question that Russell Dickerson has made a name for himself in recent years. After graduating from college, Dickerson felt called to take his music on the road, cutting his teeth while playing shows across the US, frequently for small audiences and an even smaller paycheck. That same drive has made Dickerson the first artist to release four consecutive career-starting singles that reached No. One on the Billboard Country Airplay chart since Luke Combs. He also joins Combs as the second solo artist and fourth act overall to have four or more singles reach No. One on the Country Airplay chart since its inception decades ago. This Fall, he embarked on a sold-out tour in the UK and will headline a tour throughout the US starting in November.

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