Luke Bryan has released his latest track, "Southern and Slow," as a preview for his upcoming album. The song, co-written by Matt Dragstrem, Josh Thompson, and Chase McGill and co-produced by Jeff Stevens and Jody Stevens, reflects on the simplicity of life. Bryan, a five-time Entertainer of the Year and American Idol judge, describes the song as capturing picture-perfect moments, such as watching a sunset or savoring honey. He expresses a desire to slow down and embrace the Southern lifestyle amidst the fast-paced nature of modern life. In addition to releasing new music, Bryan's current single, "But I Got A Beer In My Hand," has made its way to the Top 15 of Billboard's Country Airplay chart. He is also preparing for his Country On Tour, which will be held at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena, a venue he has sold out five times in a row. Furthermore, Bryan recently announced the final dates of his record-breaking headline residency, Luke Bryan: VEGAS, which will conclude in January 2024. People magazine has featured Bryan on its cover this week, highlighting his successful career and the individuals who have supported him along the way. He discusses various aspects of his career, including the Country On Tour, the Vegas concerts, the Farm Tour, and his Crash My Playa event in Mexico. Bryan's Crash My Playa event will take place in January 2023 and will feature four nights of country music on a private beach. Bryan himself will headline two nights, with Jelly Roll and Jon Pardi performing on the other two nights.