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Album: Back (with Jake Owen) [Radio Edit] - Single

Artist: Colt Ford

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2012 Average Joes Entertainment

Tracklist For Back (with Jake Owen) [Radio Edit] - Single By Artist Colt Ford

Title Artist Time
Back (with Jake Owen) [Radio E Colt Ford 3:47 USD 1.29

Reviews For Back (with Jake Owen) [Radio Edit] - Single By Artist Colt Ford

  • Loving it

    By lshghawpgjaw
    If we DIDNT try new things when it comes to would be boring as hell! That is what music is about, expressing yourself. How do you think music came to be? So who says you "cant mix rap and country" ? I love Colt Ford!
  • Great song

    By Jay212009
    Love the new style!
  • Rappin Country

    By howboutnone
    Why, why, why do you want to mix rap and country. It ruins the song. This could actually be a decent song...until....Horrible song!
  • GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    By sheldoncora
  • Ugh...

    By machocacho17
    Rapping in country doesn't work out well Zero stars
  • *Back*

    By Mseverhart2u
    I Love this song and the way it is mixed is amazing. It takes me back to my childhood ... Love it and of course Colt is amazing
  • Country + Rap works

    By Bury The Castle
    For those who think country and rap don't mix, listen to Dirt Road Anthem... That was one of the top songs on the charts when it came out... Kudos to Colt for using that style...
  • GREAT!

    By OnFire94
    I wish people would shut the hell up about it being pop/country. Just calm down. Their making the money not you, ok? ok. This is a great song. I wish we all could just go back…
  • Pretty Good

    By IowaMHS
    i would have to agree with the comment below me cause i absolutely cannot stand rap music and its genre but in this case, Colt Ford makes it seem more country than rap and no one can match with Jake Owen. It was a great idea and its a great song about reminisicing about the past. I'd give this a two thumbs up for Colt Ford and Jake Owen.
  • Wow

    By Jen Mague
    This song doesn't sound like the country we re use to but I really like it! It's outside the box!

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