It looks like Luke Bryan just can’t let himself stay un-busy. The country music superstar is back again with new music. This time, he chose to release a feel-good song, “Most People are Good,” along with a cover of the classic Christmas song, “Oh, Holy Night.”
Both songs are ones that we need in today’s world. “Oh, Holy Night” has always been a calming song and a favorite Christmas carol. Bryan’s smooth voice is perfect for this type of song, and he does a good job pulling off the vocals.
“Most People are Good,” is also an uplifting song that we all need to hear.
“I believe this world ain’t half as bad as it looks,” Bryan sings in the song. “I believe most people are good.”
This is a message that is nice to hear when we see so many bad things happening. Bryan’s song helps to give us hope that there are still a lot of good things left in this world even with all the bad that we tend to see. Hopefully, Bryan is right about the world and that the good people will overpower all the bad things eventually.
Bryan’s latest album, “What Makes You Country,” is due out on Dec. 8. The country singer has already released one new single off that album, “Light It Up,” and already it’s proving to be a popular one. “Most People are Good” is the second release off this album and fans love it. If the rest of the album is as good as these two songs, it will be a fantastic album.
Along with making new music, Bryan is also busy with all other aspects of his life. For example, he is getting ready to be a judge on “American Idol” and is even starting a tour in 2018. Bryan just finished up two tours this year.