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|
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|7||Smooth Like the Summer||Thomas Rhett||2:48||USD 1.29|
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|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|
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Git a loife
Did not like this album at first listen, but it definitely grows on you the more you hear it. Different sound compared to his older music, more mainstream pop sound. All in all not bad.
Loveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee this song!!!!!
Loving this album. Great to roll down the windows and just jam out. Loving renegades, smooth like the summer and marry me
Wonderful pop album from a wonderful pop artist. Should win a Moonman with ease. My wife listens to this album quite regularly, which means I listen to it quite regularly as well. It's catchy enough.
For all you hates don’t listen to the song I like him and his music so go somewhere else you hates and leave Thomas Rhett alone ok #Thomas Rhettforlife
Love Thomas Lauren Willa and Ada. They're the most presh fam ever ❤️❤️❤️😂
What an amazing album , I think this is his best yet . I am addicted to it ! YES ... it's that GOOD !
So I normally don't listen to Thomas Rhett, however at the urging of friends I decided to give it an objective try and set aside pre-conceived notions. Thinking surely they will be a song or 2 I enjoy; no such luck. The content lyrically are quite cliche those indicative of a person going through the motions of life in the order they should yet not really experience great joy or sorry for himself but rather feeling and acting as he's been tough he ought to. Just my opinion. Melodically nothing grabs me and draws me to listen. No song really stood out- I mean Craving You caught my attention but I set that aside because it's a duet with Marne Morris thus the song does not stand out necessarily on the work of Thomas Rhett.
Calling this country music is sad.
I am a huge Thomas Rhett fan - ever since I heard "Get me some of that" I knew he would be huge. I loved the first album and bought the second album immediately. However with the first few singles from this album I was a little nervous-- they sounded too mainstream and almost like he sold out. However now listening to the whole album I am in love ! I love how Some of these songs remind me of the country music I grew up listening to (Sixteen). I also think it's amazing how TR mixed Motown and country with "sweetheart" which I had never heard done before. As a fan I also love listening to the stories about Lauren and his family. I was very pleasantly surprised with the quality and creativity with this album!!!
This just isn't country. Why are these types of singers on the country page when they should be on the pop page? Good song writer, yes, but he belongs in pop. Then he can run and jump around on stage wearing his baby gap jeans with holes in them, making all the teeny boppers melt 😂
I have loved Thomas Rhett since the beginning of his career. I have to say this album is by far his best work yet! I love that all the songs are different and not the same old country twang on repeat. People need to get over the fact that "it's not country" because they are missing out❤
I LOVE Thomas Rhett & I didn't think I could love one of his albums more than I loved Tangled Up, but I think this one might actually have it beat. I love that he doesn't restrict himself to a typical boxed up "country sound." Who gives a sh*t about labels & genres when you can be enjoying just plain good, creative music that is inspired by real life?! I don't want to hear the same thing in every song on every album; I like the fun mixture of sounds. And can we just talk about how sexy some of these songs are? Anybody else playing Kiss Me Like A Stranger on repeat? 🙌🙌
Love the lyrics and the music.. from the heart which I consider to be true country ..
Why put it in the country genre if it's not country? It's not fair that country music is being taking over by these frat/ prep type artists.
This album wasn't as good as the previous album... it felt rushed
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What even is this