People worldwide are craving a positive message and received one as such with Luke Bryan’s single “Most People Are Good.” The good-vibes sent out by the Georgia native ended up bouncing back in a big way as the song became his 20th No.1 single. The song took the top spot on both the Billboard Country Airplay and Country Aircheck charts, with it becoming his 12th straight on the former.
Bryan knew the song was special from the first time he listened to it, proclaiming it to be one of the most significant songs in his massively successful catalog.
“I think that ‘Most People Are Good’ might be one of the best songs I’ve ever recorded,” said the singer of the David Frasier, Ed Hill and Josh Kear-penned song. “I think it’s a song that truly helps people believe in people again. We seem to get reminded every day of all the negativity of what humans are, and truly it’s only .001 percent of people causing all the negativity. I mean, I truly believe that. This song preaches the innocence of children, the beauty of mothers, the beauty of relationships, the beauty of what life truly could be and should be and really is. I think that most people lay their heads down at night and try to be better and try to be good to other people. And this song captures those emotions perfectly.”
“Most People Are Good” is the second consecutive No.1 from Bryan’s chart-topping album, What Makes You Country. Fans will get to hear the track live when Bryan embarks on his What Makes You Country tour, hitting stadiums and amphitheaters nationwide.