Jordan Rager has released his latest project, the four-track EP Habits & Hearts, which includes his previously-released songs “Want Me To Want You” and “Somebody’s Summer,” as well as the title track and “Call You Home.” In 2015, Rager earned a Top 40 hit with “Southern Boy,” featuring Jason Aldean.
Georgia native Rager began his career under the mentorship of Aldean’s father Barry Williams. Rager signed to Riser House in 2018 and continued honing his songwriting and performances. He’s since opened shows for Kane Brown, Justin Moore, Old Dominion and more, and earned more than 52 million streams to date.
“All four of these songs help tell an important part of my story,” Rager said. “From musical influences to personal experiences, you’re gonna learn a lot about me from listening to this EP.”
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