12 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Jessie James Decker’s sophomore album is a promise to longtime fans that no matter how high her star rises—she’s now a singer, mother, fashion designer, and bona fide TV star—she won’t lose touch with her Southern roots. Delivering powerhouse country-pop with girl-next-door spirit, she blows kisses to Hollywood and New York City (“I still look up/The stars in my eyes,” she belts on the sparkling title track) but confirms there’s no place like home in the Tennessee breeze. “Hungry,” a big-hearted ballad about the good ol’ days, finds Decker reminiscing about being broke, working hard, and dreaming big.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Jessie James Decker’s sophomore album is a promise to longtime fans that no matter how high her star rises—she’s now a singer, mother, fashion designer, and bona fide TV star—she won’t lose touch with her Southern roots. Delivering powerhouse country-pop with girl-next-door spirit, she blows kisses to Hollywood and New York City (“I still look up/The stars in my eyes,” she belts on the sparkling title track) but confirms there’s no place like home in the Tennessee breeze. “Hungry,” a big-hearted ballad about the good ol’ days, finds Decker reminiscing about being broke, working hard, and dreaming big.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
383 Ratings

383 Ratings

Slob's Life ,

It's okay.

I wish people would stop glorifying southerners, because TRUE country is meant for the west. This is coming from a southerner.

LizardKing72 ,

Baha ha ha

Um, no. She does not have a voice to sing, sorry but backyard noise at best.

unTru hero ,

Disrespectful. Rude. Obnoxious.

I used to be a big fan until I met her multiple upon multiple times at Jets games - she is so rude and disrespectful. I will never support her again.

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