The award-winning singer/songwriter premiered the song on The Howard Stern Show

Multi-genre phenomenon Jelly Roll has released his new single, “I Am Not Okay” off his forthcoming new album, expected later this year. “I Am Not Okay” marks the first official release of new music for the Nashville native singer/songwriter since his record-breaking debut country album, Whitsitt Chapel, which was released last June.

Co-written by Jelly Roll, Taylor Phillips, Ashley Gorley, and Casey Brown, “I Am Not Okay” follows Jelly’s Grammy-nominated multi-week No. 1, “Save Me,” and his last single, “Halfway to Hell,” which earlier this week claimed the top spot on the country radio charts, marking the CMA, ACM, and CMT winning artist’s fourth consecutive No. 1 at country radio and fifth career No. 1. Earlier today (Wed, June 12th), Jelly visited The Howard Stern Show to talk more about the new song and the impact he has already seen from fans, as well as his experience this week of announcing news of his No. 1 and the new single from his live performance at Nissan Stadium, where he co-hosted CMA Fest‘s ABC television special set to air on September 25th.