Easton Corbin made his full-length debut with 2010's Easton Corbin, a self-titled country album that yielded the Number 1 hits "A Little More Country Than That" and "Roll With It." He was born 28 years earlier on April 12, 1982, in Trenton, Florida. After moving to Nashville in October 2006, he worked at a local hardware store and began playing shows as a solo act. A Little More Country Than That, his first EP, was released in 2009, followed by Easton Corbin in 2010. A Top 10 hit on the Billboard 200, Easton Corbin peaked at Number 4 on the Top Country Albums chart and helped Corbin win two awards at the 2010 American Country Awards, including "Breakthrough Artist of the Year." The record was followed by 2012's All Over the Road, which reached Number 2 on Top Country Albums. All Over the Road featured the platinum-certified single "Lovin' You is Fun," which reached Number 5 on the Country Airplay chart, as well as the gold-selling title track, which reached Number 3. It also included the track "Are You With Me," which was remixed and reissued in 2014 by the Belgian DJ Lost Frequencies. The electronic version of "Are You With Me" became an International dance hit, reaching Number 1 in Austria, Belgium, Germany, and Switzerland. Corbin released the song once again on his third album, 2015's About to Get Real, which became his first record to reach Number 1 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart. About to Get Real featured three Top 40 country hits, including "Baby Be My Love Song," which reached Number 3 on the Country Airplay chart. Two years later, he earned another hit with the non-album track "A Girl Like You," which became his sixth song to crack the Top 10 on Country Airplay. His next three singles failed to chart, however, and Corbin released an EP, Didn't Miss a Beat, to lukewarm response in 2020. He made a comeback of sorts with "I Can't Decide," which debuted at Number 59 on Country Airplay in October 2022.