BBR Music Group/Stoney Creek Records’ Frank Ray has released “Country’d Look Good On You“, a catchy mid-tempo track with rural imagery, backroad swagger and contemporary country groove. The former police officer, Texas chart-topper, and bilingual entertainer is currently on his first radio tour with the single (his first as a signed artist), set to impact US country radio on August 23rd. Watch the emotional moment Frank heard the song on the radio for the first time in his hometown here.
Produced by Frank Rogers, “Country’d Look Good On You”, with its fun yet mellow vibe, is equal parts smooth and down home. The country newcomer showcases the versatility of his voice across the infectious tune, delivering classic vocals in each verse before delving into a suave chorus that is rounded out at the end with some ’90s pop high notes.
“This song, with all of its country imagery, really celebrates that country lifestyle,” said Frank Ray. “I’m excited for y’all to hear it…I hope it’ll even convince a few folks to convert to our country way of life.”
In addition to being a talented songwriter and vocalist, Frank is a gripping entertainer, delivering engaging performances that are high energy and have a little something for everyone. It’s with this cross-cultural appeal that the Los Angeles Times proclaims Ray “is looking to stretch Country music’s cultural boundaries” and Tim Roberts (Audacy) says “Frank Ray is going to be a force in Country music.”
Earlier this summer, Frank released “Streetlights“, a “Country story with Latin flair,” (The Boot). Inspired by his Mexican heritage, the uptempo track is a rhythmic, smooth cross between country and Latin music with a lively groove, bright horns, swelling chorus and bright fusion of sounds. Watch the video for the friendly yet seductive tune here.
Ray is managed by Oscar Chavira and is a staff songwriter at Spirit Music Nashville/Fluid Music Revolution.