Jordan Rager has released his debut single, "Southern Boy," featuring guest vocals from Jason Aldean.

The country-rock track follows a theme that's familiar territory for Aldean: It's all about what it means to live in the South, from the truck bed to the church pew.

“Southern boy, in your pickup truck / Seasons change, dashboard stays covered in red clay dust," Rager sings, before Aldean joins in with the next lines: "Southern boy, you never been scared to fight / Your family name, there’s a lot of things you just don’t compromise / Keep singing them songs / Keep carrying on, yeah."

The country newcomer and the country superstar tackle the song's chorus together: "Keep stealing those kisses from your southern belle / Keep loving those Friday nights / Keep rolling with your buddies, raising a little hell / Just don’t cross the line / We all know there ain’t nothing like the feeling / The way you grew up, Sunday kneeling / Like glasspacks popping, you keep making that noise / Southern boy.”

Press play below to listen to "Southern Boy," penned by Luke Laird, Barry Dean, Jeremy Stover and Jaron Boyer.

"Southern Boy" is set to appear on Georgia native Rager's upcoming debut album; the project will be released on Broken Bow Records, which is also Aldean's label home. Meanwhile, the song is available for download via iTunes and Amazon.

Listen to Jordan Rager (with Jason Aldean), "Southern Boy":

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