Chase Rice is known as an American country music singer and reality television personality. He is most famous for writing the song, "Cruise".
Chase Rice was born on September 19, 1985 in Ormond Beach, FL. In the wake of experiencing childhood with a ranch in Fairview, N.C., he played football at the University of North Carolina. A linebacker many expected to arrive at the NFL, Rice needed to relinquish those fantasies after a staggering physical issue. Rice's father urged him to get the guitar, and he did, first as a solace, not a career.
Chase Rice initially climbed charts as a co-writer of Florida Georgia Line's beast hit "Cruise," the noteworthy 24-week No. 1 that roosted on the Billboard Hot Country Chart longer than any other tune in the chart's history. In 2014, Rice got through as an artist. Ignite the Night ended up with Top 5 singles “Ready, Set, Roll” and “Gonna Wanna Tonight" which he followed in 2017 with the acclaimed Lambs and Lions before at last acquiring his first No. 1 single as an artist, 2019's fourteen day chart-clincher "Eyes On You."
In June 2020, it was reported that Kelsea Ballerini is getting out Chase Rice after her fellow country music singer played out a show to a jam packed group of country music fans while coronavirus cases in the U.S. keep on rising. Rice performed in Tennessee to a stuffed, standing room only audience with no noticeable face masks. Recordings and photographs of the show have since started reaction inside the business as individual singers hammered Rice for deciding to perform while others ceased from doing as such to protect the health of fans.
Chase Rice was prepared for a shot to play his music on an episode of the popular dating reality TV show, "The Bachelor," but he was tossed into some drama while he was there. As contestant Victoria Fuller handled a date with the Bachelor, Peter Weber, she before long discovered that the two would be going to see Rice perform. Fuller had to uncover she had recently dated the country singer however that they separated on the grounds that his way of life didn't generally match her needs.
Rice was upset to see Fuller and the trick that the producers had pulled. Rice opened up to "Fitz in the Morning," saying he didn't hope to be maneuvered into the plotline of the show. The singer clarified that he and Fuller only went through one night together.