12 Songs, 41 Minutes


Feel-good crossover jams that are loaded with charm and wit.


Feel-good crossover jams that are loaded with charm and wit.


Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
158 Ratings
158 Ratings

Russell Dickerson

Where did they find this guy? iTunes needs to start categorizing this pop/Bro country junk into a different category. Maybe categorize it under "shiz".

Chicken Master Bryan

Nah, keep it

Country is being used for a bunch of people who tried making it in pop but couldn't make it. This is a prime example and it makes me sick. The song 'Yours' is a decent love song but this guy is a one show pony. Nothing special here

Dig Hey Zoos


What's passing for country now days is sad. I swear I have heard the same chord progression over and over again from countless other "artists". This pop, hip hop crap has run it's course. Can we stop now please?

About Russell Dickerson

Belonging to a class of country singers who slyly incorporate modern R&B rhythms into their bright, tuneful mainstream country-pop -- a class that also features Sam Hunt and Thomas Rhett -- Russell Dickerson first started to gain traction in late 2015 with the single "Yours." As a native of Nashville, Dickerson grew up in the thick of Music City and by the time he hit college, he knew he wanted to pursue music professionally. He completed a degree in music at Belmont University and in 2010 scored representation with Creative Artists Agency, who helped him land a publishing deal in addition to repping him as a performer. Dickerson's first attempt at a solo career -- 2011's "That's My Girl" -- didn't go anywhere, but in 2013 "Green Light" became a hit on satellite radio. Over the next couple of years, Dickerson's music became poppier, a makeover that paid off once "Yours" became a country radio hit in late 2015, leading to the release of the Yours EP in 2016. The EP was expanded into a full-length album the following year. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

Union City, TN
May 7, 1987