11 Songs, 35 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Thirty-one might seem young for taking stock of one's life, but Jana Kramer attacks this pop-country snapshot of those years gone by with the confidence of a singer twice her age. She can tenderly reflect on the past ("You Got the Boy") as quickly as she bids it farewell on the no-nonsense kiss-off "Boomerang". But just because she's in her 30s doesn't mean she's done having fun. "Don't Touch My Radio" is a sassy, hard-stompin' set of rules for the road, and the party-rockin' "Pop That Bottle" reminds that there's always something to celebrate.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Thirty-one might seem young for taking stock of one's life, but Jana Kramer attacks this pop-country snapshot of those years gone by with the confidence of a singer twice her age. She can tenderly reflect on the past ("You Got the Boy") as quickly as she bids it farewell on the no-nonsense kiss-off "Boomerang". But just because she's in her 30s doesn't mean she's done having fun. "Don't Touch My Radio" is a sassy, hard-stompin' set of rules for the road, and the party-rockin' "Pop That Bottle" reminds that there's always something to celebrate.

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