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Album: Chicken and Biscuits - Single

Artist: Colt Ford

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2010
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2010 Average Joes Entertainment

Tracklist For Chicken and Biscuits - Single By Artist Colt Ford

Title Artist Time
Chicken and Biscuits Colt Ford 3:05 USD 1.29

Reviews For Chicken and Biscuits - Single By Artist Colt Ford

  • Don't hate appreciate

    By Redneckguy88
    In about a month from now any one who don't like this song will it's a good song and it's as country as Any of the new singers that r out there now
  • Well...

    By :-)m
    I'm a big fan of country music. Kenney Chesney Toby Keith Carrie Underwood Brooks and Dunn and I really just don't like this song. It's kind of catchy I guess but the whole rap/country thing just didn't work for me. Sorry!
  • Nice

    By John&luke
    I was expectin more.
  • Pass on this one.

    By Degaman
    Although I really like some of Colt Ford's other works, this one is sorely lacking. Just dosen't posess the same pizazz.
  • Garbage

    By JRcashman
    save your money.
  • Disgrace

    By mprnut
    This music is a disgrace to country music. Reba McEntire is country.... this isnt. Im not one to judge music and I have no problem with people expressing themselves, but dont classify this as country because its not.
  • Clash of the Genres

    By Jordiegirl
    I'm sorry, but you can't mix hip hop and country and expect it to sound good. Interesting thought, but bad execution. I will say though , whomever mixed the song did very well.
  • Excellent!!

    By 76083
    Rap with a country twang. He'll ya!!! The boy nails it. He ain't Merle, or even close to Waylon. Not sure were he fits in but he definetly ROCKS!. Good stuff.
  • Crap

    By Dude1981
    This is all just crap. This isnt country music at all. this is a little country with a lot of wannabe rap. this is worthless.
  • Trash

    By Bontebok
    If I don't like this I don't like country? Really? I've been listening to country for well over 60 years. Sorry, but this isn't country. It's pure trash. Granted, a lot of the new country leaves me cold. Barry Manilow in cowboy hats. But I continue to listen and buy because there is still really good stuff out there. This is not it.

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