Chase Rice (@ChaseRice) recently released his new album "I Hate Cowboys & All Dogs Go To Hell" and he stopped by Bobby's house to discuss his new music, mindset and answer some personal questions. Chase moved to Nashville in 2010 and almost immediately found success when he co-wrote Florida Georgia Line's hit song "Cruise." But why his early success didn't lead him where he wanted to go in his career. He talks about how for years he wasn't making the music he truly wanted to, until now with his most recent record. Chase shares how he's being more honest with his work, but at the same time, isn't fully happy with where he is in his career and what he hopes to achieve in the future. He also talks about overcoming depression and the new mindset he has and why he's choosing to be single right now for the first time in years.
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