Sam Hunt Drops New Music…and is Engaged?!

It’s a big day in the Sam Hunt fandom. Around midnight last night (Happy New Year, indeed), Hunt took to social media to casually drop some new music like it was no big deal.

On Soundcloud, Hunt released two versions of “Drinkin’ Too Much,” an apologetic confessional to the woman who inspired his debut album, Montevallo. The song begins with “I’m sorry I named the album Montevallo, and I’m sorry people know your name now and strangers hit you up on social media…” and includes Hunt admitting he’s still in love with his muse.

In addition to releasing new music, rumors are swirling that Hunt is engaged to the woman who these songs are about, Hannah Lee Fowler.

UPDATE: Sam Hunt is engaged to Hannah Lee Fowler, as confirmed by PEOPLE.

Those rumors swirl from an Instagram photo where Hannah is rocking quite the rock on her left hand.

If the rumors are true, congrats to Sam and Hannah!

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