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sellout plain and simple is the most diverse and out there thing today. koe lays it all out for us and doesn’t hold back on this album. he’s nothing but himself throughout this album. he always finds a way to make his music sound different with finding a way to relate and hit home with the people who listen.
Way overproduced music! Don't need anymore music being labeled country music when its place SHOULD BE in pop and or hip hop! Lyrically speaking some of the songs are decent, but forget about this edm, disco, dance, loops, and "snap" beats. Does nothing for the genre whatsoever!
Hard to write because I absolutely love Koe but I’m sure not where things are steered on this Album. Some songs are great.... and more unfortunately are just... well I don’t even know. There’s a certain darkness to a few which koe generally provides and they stand out as the albums top bangers... the rest sound sloppy... or as if koe lost that grit and sadness that made him great. Lack of emotion replaced with bellowing as if right now he’s just trying to make it work instead of feeling it. It ultimately sounds smashed together and jumbled. I still love and welcome and new music. But I think this is the wrong direction. I have faith as tracks like Sundy still cling on to the feel and pure emotion he generally emits. Please don’t lose that.
The folks that are giving this album 1 star are the same people that think Florida Georgia Line and Luke Bryan are real country music artists. Koe Wetzel has created a much needed change in country music. Artists like Koe Wetzel is what makes this genre of music so great.
People saying it’s pop country obviously don’t know Texas red dirt. I hear ‘90s rock mixed with country. I don’t hear no computer generated beats and country rap that the Nashville sell outs like Luke Bryan uses. And it’s rare to find a good “country” singer who is real and doesn’t censor them selves.