McCreery wrote “5 Extra Minutes” alongside Frank Rogers and Monty Criswell, and the tune was certainly one of three consecutive No. 1 Nation Airplay hits from McCreery’s 2018 album Seasons Change.
“It’s [about] my grandaddy. That’s my story, however I feel individuals relate to each a part of the tune,” McCreery advised Billboard of “5 Extra Minutes” in 2018.
In that very same interview, McCreery additionally recalled a key second when he realized the tune stood a very good likelihood of changing into a success. “We sang [‘Five More’] dwell on the Grand Ole Opry, and kinda debuted it for the followers in [June] 2016, and I’ve by no means had a standing ovation on the Opry like that, interval. Any person stated the opposite day, ‘The Opry crowd, they wanna sit. They don’t wanna get up.’ Opry put it on their YouTube channel — we didn’t know they have been gonna do it, and I awakened the following morning and I’m the No. 1 trending matter on Twitter and Fb. I used to be like, ‘Crap, what did I do final night time?’ Making an attempt to jog my reminiscence. Then I noticed it was that video, and I used to be like, ‘Dang!’ It was getting shared like hotcakes. We had a very good indication that it was gonna work [as a single].”
McCreery just lately earned his fourth consecutive Nation Airplay No. 1 hit with “You Time,” a single from his newest album Similar Truck, which was launched final month.
McCreery is not the one nation artist concerned with a vacation movie this 12 months: Reba McEntire teamed with Lifetime for the vacation film Christmas in Tune, which she stars in alongside John Schneider.
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