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Billy Currington’s latest single will be the sultry “Do I Make You Wanna,” marking the fourth single from his sixth studio album, Summer Forever. Currington, who is arguably one of the strongest singers in country, doesn’t disappoint on the song, which finds his vocal as smooth and saccharine as ever, complete with its signature emotive rasp.
The song, written by Ashley Gorley, Zach Crowell, Matt Jenkins, and Jerry Flowers and produced by Dann Huff, finds the balance between uptempo and intimate.
“‘Do I Make You Wanna’ is perfect for this time of year,” Currington says in a release. “Leaves are falling, and the temps are turning cold. The year is coming to an end and it all just makes you want to lay back and take it easy.”
“Just like the feeling I got when I first heard this beautiful song,” he continues. “One of my favorite demos that I got to listen to while riding around in my truck. It was a song I absolutely wanted to record for the love side of the Summer Forever album.”
The song is a strong follow-up to Currington’s previous single, the recent chart-topper “It Don’t Hurt Like It Used To.”