Mar 12, 2018

You Might Just Be Right, Walker


  1. Neither is Alan Jackson's style, since he introduced Drake-style hip-hop and R&B elements into country, and made country music look dumb (i.e., in his 9/11-exploiting song where he said he can't tell the difference between Iraq and Iran), including living up to country music stereotypes/bro-country tropes (i.e., "It's Alright to be a Redneck", "Country Boy"). Of course, we all know that Alan Jackson covered multiple hip-hop/R&B songs at his concerts, including:
    * Akon - Don't Matter
    * Wiz Khalifa - We Dem Boyz
    * Sean Kingston - Beautiful Girls
    * Future - Mask Off
    * Flo Rida - Whistle
    * Lil Wayne - Love Me
    * Drake - Fake Love
    * Post Malone - White Iverson
    * Fetty Wap - Jugg
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    Alan Jackson is just as much of a disgrace to country music as Walker Hayes, Florida Georgia Line, Luke Bryan, Sam Hunt, Hunter Hayes, Kane Brown, Chase Rice, and Thomas Rhett. I said it once and I'll say it again - Alan Eugene Jackson is the Nickelback of country music.

    1. I've had to have Wikipedia's edit filters changed just to thwart you. Fuck off.

    2. From someone who allegedly supports traditional country and hates alot of the modern country stuff, I'm surprised you'd give this Drake wannabe Alan Jackson a pass.

    3. Oh, and you can't disprove that Alan Jackson covered those rap songs I mentioned. Interestingly, Alan has some concerts coming up at the end of this week, so I wouldn't be surprised if he adds even more (newer) rap songs i.e., something by Migos or Kodak Black. What a joke.

    4. I can too disprove it, jut like I can prove you vandalized those set lists. I have found the concerts you've listed on YouTube beginning to end, and at no point does he do the songs you supposedly did. Nor does ANYTHING ELSE ON THE ENTIRE INTERNET back up your claims. Why don't you go to those concerts yourself and sneak your phone in or something to prove this for good?

      Also, I like some of the modern stuff too.

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    6. Also, "Nor does ANYTHING ELSE ON THE ENTIRE INTERNET back up your claims"?
      No, google "songs alan jackson covered". Then scroll down to the bottom of the page in the "Searches related to" section. You should see that one of the related searches is "alan jackson covers we dem boyz". Good enough?



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