Breland Premieres New Song "Praise The Lord" Featuring Thomas Rhett

Breland performed the television debut of his new song “Praise The Lord” feat. Thomas Rhett at the 2022 ACM Awards. The song was released earlier in the day, but Breland and Rhett brought it to life on the ACM stage.



This performance marked the first time the singer-songwriter graced the ACM stage. He also announced that his debut album Cross Country will be out later this summer. Pre-save for the album is available now. Breland has found success as a feature on Dierks Bentley’s “Beers On Me,” currently charting on country radio.


“Praise The Lord” is a feel-good song with a clapping beat that couldn’t be any more country. The track is riddled with southern references such as “praise the lord, southern women, crispy chicken, praise the lord for east Atlanta, country grammar.” Amazon presented him as their breakthrough artist, and in the video package Breland described how he combines the R&B and country styles.


The performance was a lively addition to the stacked line-up of performers. Breland’s youth and Rhett’s poised experience brought the Las Vegas crowd to their feet. Their voices were a harmonious breath of fresh air and as their chemistry is undeniable. Rhett has also been known to include elements from other genre’s just as Breland loves to do. Breland is going to be an artist the ACM stage ill certainly be seeing again.

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