Keith Urban Unveils Colorful ‘Wasted Time’ Lyric Video
Keith Urban rose to the top of the country charts with his first two singles off his forthcoming album Ripcord, and the feel-good summer anthem that is his latest release, "Wasted Time," is getting closer and closer to No. 1. To celebrate, Urban has shared the "Wasted Time" lyric video!
The nearly four-minute clip includes still photos of kids at the beach, tubing in the lake, posing for the camera in front of a Winnebago and hanging out in the back of a truck.
"Wasted Time" was written by Urban, Greg Wells and James Abrahart. It follows the country's previous two No. 1 singles, "John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16" and "Break on Me."
Ripcord will be released on May 6 and includes collaborations with Carrie Underwood and Pitbull. In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Urban recently revealed more about his duet with Underwood.
"I wrote this song with this guy called busbee. The song is called ‘[The] Fighter,'" he shares of the collab. "I would say it’s a call-and-response song between a guy and a girl, and Carrie’s on that song with me."
"The Fighter" is the eighth track on Ripcord and was written and co-produced by busbee and Urban.
"This is way more than I’ve ever cut before," Urban previously told Rolling Stone of his forthcoming album. "It was a lot of searching, a lot of experimenting, and when you get to work with as many people as I did, you end up with a lot of stuff."
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