Country-rapper behind “Dirt Road Anthem” and “Workin’ On” drops twangy rhymes in support of his chart-topping album, Thanks for Listening
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“Hip Hop in a Honky Tonk”: a track by Colt that also describes his ability to make country and rap sound as natural together as chicken and biscuits
“The High Life”: Colt, like most rappers, was a professional golfer before he traded the country-club life for the country-rap life
“Buck ‘Em”: the theme song for the Professional Bull Riders Association that Colt penned shortly after founding his own record label, Average Joes Entertainment
“Dirt Road Anthem”: Colt’s Grammy-nominated 2008 ode to southern values. When Jason Aldean covered it, he turned it into the best-selling song in digital history by a male solo country artist.
Thanks for Listening: The modest title of Colt’s latest album, which features guest stars Keith Urban, Willie Robertson, and Lee Brice. It has so much crossover appeal that it debuted at No. 2 on the Top Country Album chart and at No. 1 on the Rap Albums chart.
Mic-Drop Moment: Colt’s set lists sometimes include a twang-soaked take on Eminem’s “Lose Yourself.”