Jason Aldean is set to release his fourth studio album, My Kinda Party, on Nov. 2.
“The album is named My Kinda Party because it’s totally representative of what I like and what my fans have come to expect on my records and at the party we throw at our shows,” Aldean said. “I think the key is knowing who you are as an artist and taking it to an extreme without ripping anybody off. It’s all about knowing what it is that sets you apart.”
My Kinda Party is produced by Michael Knox and features a duet with Kelly Clarkson on the track “Don’t You Wanna Stay.” Aldean also gives fans a taste of his Country-flavored hip hop on “Dirt Road Anthem.”
“I don’t want my record to sound like everybody else’s,” Aldean said. “The only way to do that is to cut it like we do, with my touring band and with an engineer that nobody else uses in Nashville, and I’m really proud of that.”