Jelly Roll Reveals Highly Anticipated New Album "WHITSITT CHAPEL"

Jelly Roll says his new album is "real music for real people with real problems."

Genre-jumping multiple CMT Music Awards nominee Jelly Roll gave his fans something to look forward to this morning when he revealed plans for his highly anticipated new album "WHITSITT CHAPEL."

The 13-song collection will be available June 2 and is named after his childhood church in Antioch, Tennessee, near Nashville.

The album is his first on BMG/Stoney Creek Records and includes his current single, "Need a Favor."

Jelly Roll started teasing the album earlier this week when he posted multiple photos of the Whitsitt Chapel church sign featuring lyrics from his songs – both released and unreleased.

"This album is about growth and gratitude happening in my life. I wanted to create a project that felt hopeful. I believe the worst feeling a person can have is feeling hopeless or worthless. This is therapeutic music. Real music for real people with real problems," Jelly Roll said.

The singer did not reveal a track listing.

The announcement comes on the heels of Jelly Roll's performance at the New Faces Show, the prestigious concert featuring country music's brightest new talent that caps Country Radio Seminar in Nashville. While it is considered an honor to be invited to play the event, Jelly Roll commanded Nashville's largest indoor stage three months before when he headlined Bridgestone Arena. The concert felt like a homecoming celebration where he welcomed friends, including Chris Young, Struggle Jennings, Sam Hunt, Riley Green and Ernest, on stage for collaborations.

Jelly Roll is a three-time nominee at the 2023 CMT Music Awards, that will air live on CBS from Austin, Texas' Moody Center on Sunday, April 2. Kane Brown and Kelsea Ballerini will host the show.

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