Feb 8, 2019

FGL is Not Self-Aware

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  1. Technically speaking, Alan Jackson is new school country. Whether by "George", FGL is referring to George Strait or George Jones, the point is moot, as unlike country music destroyer Alan Jackson, both are actually country artists. Alan Jackson is to country music what Taco Bell's Cool Ranch Doritos Loco Taco (nothing against it) is to real Mexican food. I'm tired of Alan Jackson (aka the Nickelback of country music) ruining this genre. Just face it, Alan Jackson, just like FGL which is the apocalyptic aftermath of what Jackson did to country music, ain't country. His "music" (if you can even call it that) is a weird mix of hip-hop, EDM, 80's hair metal, and Drake style R&B. And not to mention that out of all people, this soy boy used rapper Polow da Don (the same rapper who produced Nicki Minaj's crap song "Anaconda", as well as some songs for other fellow rappers like Nelly, Gucci Mane, T.I. and Travis Scott) for his producer. It isn't any wonder, then, why Alan Jackson has covered multiple rap songs in concert (alongside an ABBA song), specifically:
    * Akon - Don't Matter
    * Wiz Khalifa - We Dem Boyz ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QFOtWpul3ZY )
    * Tyga - Hookah
    * Soulja Boy - Turn My Swag On
    * Soulja Boy - I Got that Sauce
    * Future - Mask Off
    * Flo Rida - Whistle
    * T.I. - Whatever You Like
    * Big Sean ft. Nicki Minaj - Dance (A$$)
    * Lil Wayne - Love Me
    * Drake - Passionfruit
    * Offset - Ric Flair Drip
    * Waka Flocka Flame - Hard in da Paint
    * Shaquille O'Neal - (I Know I Got) Skillz
    * Fetty Wap - Jugg
    The fact that anyone would even think of touting the Nickelback of country music as anything close to traditional country never ceases to amaze me. And this soy boy sang a song about his own crime ("Murder on Music Row", and touted it as some sort of criticism on non-country influence on modern country music, when it's him who's responsible for the said non-country influences! That piece of trash is like the country version of Gun Rack's "I Killed Darnell Simmons" from Key and Peele's video "Rap Album Confessions". With that in mind, I'd like to ask the Alan Jackson bootlickers (although, given his music, Alan Jackson should wear basketball sneakers instead of cowboy boots, but I digress) how their idol is anything CLOSE to a traditional country singer. And on the other hand, unlike those Alan Jackson bootlickers who think he's the best thing to happen to country music since Johnny Cash (he fucking isn't), I've got plenty of REAL country music on my Sony GPX77 and RG90 like Merle Haggard, Tyler Childers, Hank 3, and David Allan Coe. But back to the point, Alan Jackson is about as country as the LED lights on my Sony LBT GPX77. The great Merle Haggard once sang a song titled "Are the Good Times Really Over?". Well, when you look at it from the right perspective, the good times are definitely over for country music thanks to Alan Jackson (aka the Nickelback of country music).



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