Life Changes is the third studio album from American country music artist Thomas Rhett. Released on September 8, 2017 through Valory Music Group, Rhett produced the album alongside Dann Huff, Jesse Frasure, Julian Bunetta and Joe London. It includes the chart-topping lead single "Craving You" with Maren Morris
|1||Craving You (feat. Maren Morri||Thomas Rhett||3:42||USD 1.29|
|2||Unforgettable||Thomas Rhett||2:37||USD 1.29|
|3||Sixteen||Thomas Rhett||2:59||USD 1.29|
|4||Drink a Little Beer (feat. Rhe||Thomas Rhett||3:34||USD 1.29|
|5||Marry Me||Thomas Rhett||3:26||USD 1.29|
|6||Leave Right Now||Thomas Rhett||3:16||USD 1.29|
|7||Smooth Like the Summer||Thomas Rhett||2:48||USD 1.29|
|8||Life Changes||Thomas Rhett||3:10||USD 1.29|
|9||When You Look Like That||Thomas Rhett||3:23||USD 1.29|
|10||Sweetheart||Thomas Rhett||3:26||USD 1.29|
|11||Kiss Me Like a Stranger||Thomas Rhett||3:47||USD 1.29|
|12||Renegades||Thomas Rhett||3:43||USD 1.29|
|13||Gateway Love||Thomas Rhett||3:26||USD 1.29|
|14||Grave||Thomas Rhett||3:11||USD 1.29|
This is what a real songwriter looks like.
Wish he would have stayed country like his dad
Love TR and his songs!! I can't say enough about how much I love this album!
Wasn’t too happy with this content
So many good songs. Encompasses a spectrum of music and delivers them to perfection.
Great music! Love the duet with Marin Morris but my favorite duet is, Drink a Little Beer! He & his Dad sound so much a like. I used to listen to his Dad’s music too.
Great song, rest of album isn't really country tho, some catchy songs tho
Saw Thomas at Country Fan Fest in Utah and love him and this song! Can't get enoguh of him and Jagertown's new Single Small Town Superstars!
This album is amazing. Clever lyrics. Love!!!
One of today's most creative and innovative songwriters of this generation. HUGE things to come for this man. This very well could be the Album of the Year and win TR many #1 hits!! Best purchase I've made on iTunes.
Seems that it's taken way way off the path of what country music is... Wrong genre... But good album though.. just not country..
Every song tells a story and his voice is very good!
While I respect Thomas Rhett as an artist - and don't get me wrong, he's a great songwriter! - this album isn't really country at all (compared to Strait, Nelson, Denver, etc.) And when it comes to sub-genres, in my opinion, it's even crossing the pop-country line. Great music, wrong genre.
I am a big fan of country music. I am also aware that country music has numerous transitions through the history of the genre. People who do not know this history of changes are the people that are stating that this is not country music. I apologize that Thomas did not make more songs about drinking beer, God, trucks, and whiskey. He made fantastic songs about his life, his family, and his hopes. It is authentic and fresh.
Coming from someone who was not a fan of Tangled Up... this is really good! I grew quite a bit of reputation among those I knew for hating Thomas Rhett. Let's put aside marketing as a country record... it's more a pop record, but going into quality... the production, he goes all over the place like last time, but it's a lot more nuanced. Rhett's lyricism has really matured. Ballads like "Sixteen", and the heartbreaking "Marry Me" show that. He has "Drink A Little Beer", a country song with his father Rhett Akins, that's pretty fun (though the outro goes on too long), "Craving You" is 80s pop goodness with powerful vocals from Maren Morris. "Kiss Me Like a Stranger" appears to be an R&B influenced jam, that's just really feel good. Big Machine is the one pushing him still to country, when really, he should be going for Top 40 radio like Taylor Swift. It's really good, and he can really do well there, with songs that actually have a lot of energy, and isn't really dreary like 2017 has been. Good job, Thomas! I'm looking forward to your next record. I won't call myself a big fan yet, but if you continue this... you got one.
THIS is country today and get over it..... This is the best album of the year.
Never been a fan of country, but this dude just changed my mind!
Nice pop album for tweenagers SELL OUT