Hardy, Lee Brice & Randy Houser team for ‘Hixtape’ track

Track is latest from 14 song collection

The all-star collaborations keep coming as Hixtape: Vol. 2 hits week seven, with “Drink Up” featuring Lee Brice, Randy Houser & Hardy.

A pure party starter with an on-the-rocks theme, “Drink Up” was written by Hixtape series founder and CMA New Artist of the Year nominee Hardy with Mark Holman and Chase McGill. Like an anthem for happy hour (no matter what time it is), the track finds a trio of country stars raising glasses and good times, with a hard-driving distorted stomp from producer Joey Moi and co-producer Derek Wells.

Hixtape: Vol. 2 is a groundbreaking country collaborations album, with a star-studded list of 33 artists creating the ultimate mixtape of backroads bangers and party-friendly anthems.

Following the original Hixtape: Vol 1, the series now expands to become bigger than any one star, with 14 new tracks and 33 artists in total. The project features Ashland Craft, Ben Burgess, Brantley Gilbert, Brothers Osborne, Chase Rice, Chris Lane, Chris Shiflett, Colt Ford, David Lee Murphy, Dierks Bentley, Ernest, Granger Smith, Jake Owen, Jake Worthington, Jimmie Allen, Jon Pardi, Josh Thompson, Justin Moore, Lainey Wilson, Larry Fleet, Lee Brice, Marty Stuart, Matt Stell, Midland, Morgan Wallen, Randy Houser, Rhett Akins, Ronnie Dunn, Scotty McCreery, Sean Stemaly, The Cadillac Three and Travis Denning, with another track arriving each week through December 10th.

Last week, “Break Your Own Damn Heart (feat. Midland & Marty Stuart)” was released following “Small Town On It (feat. Chris Lane & Scotty McCreery),” “To Hank (feat. Hardy, Brantley Gilbert and Colt Ford,” “In Love With My Problems” (feat. Larry Fleet & Jon Pardi),” “WD-40 4WD (feat. Sean Stemaly, Jimmie Allen & Justin Moore)” and “Hometown Boys (feat. Matt Stell, Dierks Bentley & Hardy).”

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