Lainey Wilson Announces Brand-New Song “4X4XU” Out July 4th


Wilson also revealed the full track list for her forthcoming record Whirlwind

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NASHVILLE, TN. – (25th June, 2024) – Today, GRAMMY ® award winning multi-PLATINUM artist, Lainey Wilson, announced her brand-new song “4x4xU” from her forthcoming and highly anticipated record, Whirlwind, via BBR Music Group/BMG Nashville. Pre-order/pre-save/pre-add “4x4xU” and Whirlwind HERE.

“4x4xU” is the third song to be released from Whirlwind, after Wilson’s lead single “Hang Tight Honey” which is currently Top 20 at US Country radio and climbing. The brand-new track was co-written by Wilson, Jon Decious, Aaron Raitiere, and produced by GRAMMY ® award winning producer, Jay Joyce.

Combining Wilson’s distinctive songwriting style and signature country flair, “4x4xU” is a stripped-back, deeply personal record that offers a modern yet nostalgic ballad. The track beautifully explores the theme of finding solace within a loved one amidst life’s whirlwinds.

Already this year, Wilson has won a GRAMMY® for Best Country Album, a People’s Choice Award for Female Country Artist of The Year, a CMT Music Award for Female Video of The Year, three ACM awards, including the coveted Entertainer of The Year, and became an official member of the Grand Ole Opry.

Whirlwind Track List:

1. Keep Up With Jones (Lainey Wilson, Josh Kear, Wyatt McCubbin)

2. Country’s Cool Again (Lainey Wilson, Trannie Anderson, Dallas Wilson, Aslan Freeman)

3. Good Horses (feat. Miranda Lambert) (Lainey Wilson, Miranda Lambert, Luke Dick)

4. Broken Hearts Still Beat (Lainey Wilson, Dallas Wilson, Josh Thompson, Blake Pendergrass)

5. Whirlwind (Lainey Wilson, Trannie Anderson, Dallas Wilson)

6. Call A Cowboy (Lainey Wilson, Trannie Anderson, Dallas Wilson)

7. Hang Tight Honey (Lainey Wilson, Driver Williams, Jason Nix, Paul Sikes)

8. Bar In Baton Rouge (Lainey Wilson, Trannie Anderson, Kasey Tyndall, Jason Nix)

9. Counting Chickens (Lainey Wilson, Trannie Anderson, Josh Kear, Dallas Wilson, Jon Decious)

10. 4x4xU (Lainey Wilson, Jon Decious, Aaron Raitiere)

11. Ring Finger (Lainey Wilson, Aaron Raitiere, Marti Dodson, Jon Decious)

12. Middle Of It (Lainey Wilson, Trannie Anderson, Dallas Wilson)

13. Devil Don’t Go There (Lainey Wilson, Abram Dean, Lance Miller, Joe Fox)

14. Whiskey Colored Crayon (Lainey Wilson, Josh Kear, Wyatt McCubbin)

GRAMMY® award winning, prolific singer-songwriter, Lainey Wilson has earned the enthusiasm and praise of the industry. Critically acclaimed and touted as ‘Entertainer of the Year,’ the Louisiana native who has often been described as a “bona fide storyteller at work,” has made a name for herself as a next generation icon. Constantly defying the traditional norms and conventions of the Country music genre, Wilson’s “rulebreaking” achievements have led her to numerous accolades and a diehard fanbase.

Nearly 10 years to the day after leaving her small farming community in a camper trailer to chase her dreams in Nashville, she earned her first PLATINUM certified song, with “Things A Man Oughta Know,” and won over legions of fans across the globe with her signature sound and aesthetic, blending traditional Country with a modern yet retro flare. Thus far, her music has taken her worldwide with headlining shows in Europe, the UK, Australia, and more. With seven No.1 songs to date, Wilson has become the lead female artist with the most No.1’s this decade along with two GRAMMY® nominations, nine ACM awards, seven CMA awards, and becoming an official member of the Grand Ole Opry.

Making her acting debut in Season 5 of Paramount’s smash hit series Yellowstone, Wilson has become a triple-threat in the industry, claiming the roles of singer, songwriter, and actress. Fans can also catch Wilson on her “Country’s Cool Again” headlining North American tour this Summer and pre-order/pre-save/pre-add her forthcoming studio album, Whirlwind, now. For more information, please visit

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