Alaina is "Thicc As Thieves"
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Alaina is "Thicc As Thieves"

Tuesday, September 19, 2023 – Lauren Alaina returns to country radio today with her first single since signing with Big Loud Records with "Thicc As Thieves."

The song garnered 44 first-week adds, the second most-added single of the week. An apparent different version of the song features Lainey Wilson

Joey Moi produced the song, which was written by Alaina with Rocky Block, Jacob Durrett and Parker Welling (with a "Country Girl (Shake It for Me)" sample credited to Luke Bryan and Dallas Davidson).

"This Georgia peach is back at country radio. I'm so excited to bring 'Thicc As Thieves' to a station near you," said Alaina. "This song is about having fun and celebrating yourself – all assets included."

Originally released on her June Big Loud Records EP, "Unlocked," Alaina is supporting Pentatonix on their nationwide tour.

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