1 Song, 4 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Apple Digital Master

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

3.0 out of 5
290 Ratings

290 Ratings

Vol4life999 ,

Meh

Sounds good, but don’t care for politics in music. We have enough politics on tv, social media, etc. They have every right to do it. I understand that. But for me, music is an escape.

Bflow4l ,

First time I haven’t liked one of their songs

Regardless of which way I lean politically- I think this was an ill-thought out, rushed, political stunt. The song is not catchy, doesn’t rhyme (isn’t always a bad thing but sounds sloppy here), and it’s not well crafted. It sounds like it was thrown together in 5 mins. Ever since Battle Born came out, Brandon’s songwriting abilities have really tanked. I still loved WW. But I’ve still noticed this undeniable decline. With this song, there’s nothing left for interpretation. It’s cut and dry like he had a thought, wrote it down, and said “Done!” No rough drafts. I just think he could have got his message across while writing this differently. Again, regardless of which way anyone leans, the song doesn’t even sound genuine. It feels like a quick political stunt to get back in the spotlight and make money. That’s how it comes across when you throw something you only worked on for 5 mins.

Pericolorao ,

Trump supporters are giving 1 out 5 to this song.

I cannot believe that in 2019 and with all that has happened since Trump took over, some “Americans” are still channeling anger, hate and racism everywhere including on iTunes reviews. This song and music video give me hope that America will change for good. I’m proud to be an American! God bless all those Trump supporters posting bad reviews on this song!

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