11 Songs, 36 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

“Put on your Sunday finest and party like it’s Saturday night,” croons country star Zac Brown on the opening track from the debut album of his pop spinoff Sir Rosevelt. The lyric perfectly captures their sound—a wildly inventive vision of Southern pop that’s inspired by EDM, rooted in country, and produced by Timbaland and Pharrell. While that might sound like a frat boy’s dream come true, Brown, Niko Moon, and Ben Simonetti bring impressive precision (and pointed self-awareness) to this unlikely fusion, making the finished product feel exhilarating and surreal. They even pause to wink at themselves on “Robert Baker,” an absurdist banger with dancehall drums that pokes fun at the club scene.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Apple Digital Master

EDITORS’ NOTES

“Put on your Sunday finest and party like it’s Saturday night,” croons country star Zac Brown on the opening track from the debut album of his pop spinoff Sir Rosevelt. The lyric perfectly captures their sound—a wildly inventive vision of Southern pop that’s inspired by EDM, rooted in country, and produced by Timbaland and Pharrell. While that might sound like a frat boy’s dream come true, Brown, Niko Moon, and Ben Simonetti bring impressive precision (and pointed self-awareness) to this unlikely fusion, making the finished product feel exhilarating and surreal. They even pause to wink at themselves on “Robert Baker,” an absurdist banger with dancehall drums that pokes fun at the club scene.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

3.2 out of 5
89 Ratings

89 Ratings

Qwerty345ism ,

Hypocrite

Zac Brown says Luke Bryan ruined county music, then he goes and branches off to this? What? Bruh

RocketVTX ,

Zac

What happened, dude? Just flat garbage.

goodbye country ,

What a CLOWN

This idiot says he is pure country and then he does this CRAP... PATHETIC CLOWN

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