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Album: 90's Country - Single

Artist: Walker Hayes

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2018
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2018 Monument Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Tracklist For 90's Country - Single By Artist Walker Hayes

Title Artist Time
1
90's Country Walker Hayes 2:52 USD 1.29

Reviews For 90's Country - Single By Artist Walker Hayes

  • Just kill me now

    1
    By countryforlife26
    God this is so bad, could it at least SOUND like 90s country?
  • The Best

    5
    By Strike00000000001
    This song is literally my favorite song that I have ever heard. I have memorized almost every word! You did great Walker!!!
  • Pop country is trash

    1
    By n. bbbdjdjjf
    This is a kick in the balls to country music!
  • Love

    5
    By **Court!**
    Can you make this a ringtone?!
  • Fun and clever and a great, upbeat feel

    5
    By lettersrfun
    Instead of judging this song for what it isn’t, listen to it for what it is! The lower reviews are mostly objecting to this song not fitting folks’ schema for what qualifies as “country.” It’s silly to let the box something is put in determine how you rate it - and a shame for this song and Walker Hayes in general. He is different from all the rest - has his own sound and style and is a clever lyricist. Good for him for breaking the mold and eschewing the boundaries of genre.
  • Best. Song. Ever

    5
    By This is the best game ever 💀
    Where has this been all my life?? Wonderful guy, great music, and his DOG IS AMAZING, luv ya Hazel.
  • Wow terrible.

    1
    By allbfrt
    The title had me slightly excited. Then I listened to it. What in God’s name is this. Not even pop. It sounds absolutely horrible. Disgrace.
  • Unsatisfied

    1
    By Acr173
    I didn't even purchase this album and i am highly disapointed. This is not country and never will be. This is pop. And any real country music fan would rather place the cd on a stick of dynamite and blow it up than listen to it. Pop country is not country.
  • Waylon is turning over in his grave

    1
    By hhchdhxhsnsjsjwj
    What is this CRAP
  • Yea no

    1
    By did you think this through
    Not exactly the beat you would want to hear to a song titled 90’s Country. My brain is confused. So confused.

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