Jelly Roll is "Halfway to Hell"
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Jelly Roll is "Halfway to Hell"

Thursday, January 4, 2024 – Jelly Roll is releasing a new single to country radio, "Halfway To Hell."

The song goes for ads at Jan. 22 and follows Jelly Roll's three consecutive number one singles at country radio in 2023 - his multi-week hit "Son of a Sinner," the international multi-week hit "Need A Favo," and the multi-week, GRAMMY-nominated single, "Save Me" featuring Lainey Wilson.

The song was written by Jelly Roll Jesse Frasure, Matt Jenkins and Jessie Jo Dillon. Zach Crowell and Frasure produced the song, which leads off the singer's latest album, "Whitsitt Chapel."

Jelly Roll will be profiled on Sunday's upcoming CBS Sunday Morning episode.

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CD review - Whitsitt Chapel Jelly Roll sings about spiritual warfare in his soul consistently on "Whitsitt Chapel." So, if you're looking for silly country love songs and frat boy drinking tunes, you may want to keep moving on. In addition to performing country music, Jelly Roll also raps some. In fact, he's joined by rapper Yelawolf on "Unlive" here. However, this album is a lot more country than you might expect it to be. The hit single "Save Me," which features Lainey Wilson (who is ...

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