Are you still defending this Lil Wayne wannabe, trailer? Although Alan Jackson hasn't yet covered T-Pain, he HAS covered Lil Wayne (TWO of his songs) and Future, along with many, many other rappers (including Wiz Khalifa, Akon, Soulja Boy, and Young Greatness) in concert. Again, my sources are here at https://www.setlist.fm/stats/covers/alan-jackson-bd6b14e.html. Alan Jackson's career has been a complete DISGRACE to real country music any way you look at it, from helping reinforce negative stereotypes of country music, to covering those many rap songs at his concerts. Alan Jackson is as country as Justin Bieber wearing a snapback performing in Downtown NYC. And speaking of snapbacks, considering how uncountry his music is, why does Alan Jackson wear a cowboy hat. He should just trade it in for a snapback, to show the utter lack of country influence his "music" (if you choose to call it that) has. Alan Jackson did to real country music what Bush did to Iraq. Alan Jackson is truly the Nickelback of country music; it's only a matter of time before he becomes a laughing stock like them. Alan Jackson should simply give up. He will not be remembered favorably by time itself, the ultimate critic.#AlanJacksonKilledCountry
That's a hell of a lot of effort to create a bunch of obviously fake set lists full of songs AJ has never done in concert.
Again, Anon, you are the source of your own source. Provide video evidence (hell, maybe even audio evidence) otherwise and I'll gladly eat crow. ~Trailer
Holy fuck, you are truly fucked!
Nobody's "fucked" here. The only that is is Alan Jackson's terrible R&B/rap music which disgraces country music and its entire history, and gives REAL country a bad name by making it look dumb and ignorant. Especially his cringeworthy 9/11-exploiting (perhaps worth mentioning didn't donate any profits made off of the song to the victims' families) song where he couldn't tell the difference between Iraq and Iran. And there's also his proto-bro-country songs glamouring anti-intellectual country life, like "Where I Come From", "I Still Like Bologna", "It's Alright to Be a Redneck", and "Country Boy". Again, Alan Jackson is a major factor towards country music's demise. He is just as bad as Sam Hunt, Luke Bryan, FGL, Chase Rice, or Walker Hayes. And on my previous remark that Alan "will not be remembered favorably by time itself, the ultimate critic", I stand by it fully. He won't be remembered as a "country legend". He'll be laughed at like Soulja Boy, Nickelback, Alvin Hung, Lil Yachty, and Vanilla Ice. Mark my words.#AlanJacksonKilledCountry