Breland Talks About His 5 Year Plan and Teases New Music [Circle Exclusive]

“It’s been a blessing seeing what’s happened over the last few years,” the rising country star tells Circle.

Ever since his first single “My Truck” went viral in 2019, Breland has achieved remarkable success in a very short amount of time.

With two platinum hits under his belt and three top 20 country singles, he has made quite an impact in the music industry. His unique “cross-country” style has revolutionized the genre, earning him collaborations with numerous country superstars such as Keith Urban, Shania Twain and Dierks Bentley. However, the spotlight is still something that is extremely new to him.

“I’m not even five years into this,” the rising country star tells Circle. “But in the next five years I can see myself headlining festivals, continuing to put out more music [and] should probably have three or four more albums out,” he shares.

In September, Breland released his debut album titled “Cross Country.” The music video for the album’s title track gained significant attention, leading to a nomination for breakthrough video at the CMT awards, where he received three nominations in total.

Fame is rushing toward him at a rapid pace, yet Breland remains determined to keep the momentum going without any intention of slowing down anytime soon.

“Fans can definitely expect new music from me,” he shared. “I’ve got a batch of songs coming out this summer and I’m already working on the next album.”

Breland is currently on the road for multiple shows around the country throughout the year and embarking on his first headlining European tour in the Fall. He is also scheduled to make special guest appearances at select shows for Shania Twain’s Queen of Me Tour.