New Tim McGraw Album Pushed Back to Jan. 24 Release

One final weeklong delay in putting out an album in the middle of conflict between Tim and his label

Tim McGraw fans have just one more weeklong delay in waiting for new music in the form of long-awaited album Emotional Traffic.

Tim turned in the album almost a year and a half ago, but legal wranglings with his label, Curb Records, have done little to spark a speedy release.

In fact, this release has taken so long that Tim completed the full Emotional Traffic tour before the album ever came out.

Now, the label says it'll be released Jan. 24, a week later than it had said last month.

You've already heard some music from the new album—radio is starting to play "Better Than I Used to Be."

The album also will include a song with R&B's Ne-Yo, and Tim did some songwriting with friends Martina McBride and Brett and Brad Warren on the tune "I Will Not Fall Down."

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