There are songs that tell us to take our time and relax. Among them is Be Still by Kelly Clarkson and Busy Man by Billy Ray Cyrus. You can listen to both on any music streaming service. The lyrics of the latter’s song are especially relatable if you’ve ever been in a relationship and are trying to slow down.
Busy Man by Billy Ray Cyrus
“Busy Man” is a song recorded by Billy Ray Cyrus and written by Bob Regan. It was released in August 1998. It reached the top three country singles charts in early 1999. It was Cyrus’ first Top 10 hit since 1993. The song has become one of the country music industry’s most popular songs.
Be Still by Conner Smith
“Be Still” by Conner Smith is a fresh, heartfelt country song that will make a great radio debut. The young singer-songwriter is from Music City, and has fond memories of the Grand Ole Opry. He was signed to BMI as a songwriter at the age of nine. He is a true country fan, and he has become one to watch.
Conner Smith was born to write songs, and he inherited his mother’s passion for storytelling. When he was very small, his mother would interview songwriters and he became transfixed by their stories. He began writing songs at age six and was signed to BMI at nine. He now calls Nashville home, and he wrote five of the six songs on his debut album.
Smith has played opening slots for Thomas Rhett on the Center Point Road Tour, and he has headlined his own shows. He was recently tapped to open for Ryan Hurd on the Tour de Pelago, and his debut single is on the Top 3 Most Added Country Radio Chart.
Be Still by Logic
“Be Still” by Logic is a new song with an upbeat message. The lyrics are simple, but the sound is powerful. The song is one of the best songs of the year. It features sophisticated harmonies and a serpentine bass line. While listening to the track, you might find yourself thinking about the meaning behind the lyrics.
Logic describes himself as a nerdy hip-hop artist. This trait is reflected in his latest album. He has been known to rap while solving a Rubik’s cube. His previous album, “No Pressure,” was themed around science fiction, but he has since moved on to more politically-minded subjects. The album also contains a meditation on the afterlife with celebrity astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson.