The album will represent his last release for his longtime label Curb Records, who recently sued the country icon for attempting to get out of his contract too early. A judge ruled in McGraw's favor, allowing him to seek a new label now that Emotional Traffic has been submitted and will be released. He spoke on the legal battle, while promoting his 2010 film Country Strong, citing Prince's protracted battle with Warner Brothers:
"When a relationship doesn't work mutually, then I think you have to evaluate it on both sides. I could turn to Prince really quickly if I go down that road." The album has already yielded the number-one country hit "Felt Good On My Lips" and was backed by Tim's recent Emotional Traffic tour.
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