Chase Rice says the pandemic crisis has presented just the right moment to debut "Belong," his song of hope and affirmation. Chase Rice has built his platinum-selling career on steamy, Jack Daniel's-fueled hits, and that music, he says, is " percent of who I am. Rice, along with Chris DeStefano and Jon Nite, co-wrote the song almost two years ago, inspired by Rice's frustrations over national divisions. Since then, says the year-old artist, he'd been waiting for the right moment to release his message of hope and affirmation. Rice explains his original motivation to write "Belong": "There's a lot of focus on what divides us, and there's not a lot of focus on where people can actually meet in the middle. It's like, let's just come together and be who we're made to be, which is just people. But in recent weeks, Rice has watched as shelter-at-home orders around the world have brought heightened relevance to the song's refrain: "We're right where we belong. Don't look for brighter days. Right now is all we've got, and we're right where we belong. The message packs even more punch in the music video.
"Lonely If You Are"
Chase Rice born September 19,  is an American country music singer, songwriter, and reality television personality. He co-wrote the single " Cruise ", performed by Florida Georgia Line. He first came to prominence in , when he was a contestant on Survivor: Nicaragua , where he was the runner-up to Jud "Fabio" Birza. Rice was selected as a cast member of the reality television show Survivor: Nicaragua. He said that he was able to get his application into CBS through a college friend who had a connection with the network. Rice was originally on the La Flor tribe, consisting of younger contestants. During his time on the tribe, he was quickly attracted to fellow contestant Brenda Lowe, who became aware of his attraction and used it to her advantage, recruiting him and several others into an alliance.
I've told her that but maybe she doesn't believe me. Every aspect of me needs to meet his specifications. She probably doesn't even realize how crazy that is.
Marriage is unbelievably amazing and indescribably painful; I have been at it for 28 years with my soul mate. For girls, being the right age for marriage usually means graduating high school, if not later. True Believer Mos base their actions on a set of priorities that make no sense to Nomos. My daughter thinks it's funny that she's known her SO 4 years - not ready for marriage. Should one belief system or lack of one take priority and why.