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King of Clubs

by Cowboy Troy

King of Clubs by Cowboy Troy

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King of Clubs

by Cowboy Troy

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Label: Warner Bros.
Where Big Kenny spent 2013 plotting his move into electro, Cowboy Troy's first release in seven years posits hick-hop as more than a riff on contemporary country music, moving his sound further from Nashville with the type of music -- dubstep wobbles on "Buzzed Up" -- and references -- "Giddy Up," the song from the Wal-Mart commercials -- so gauche that even Music City isn't touching them. At the same time, this EP relocates the sub-genre from the mud back to the club, peaking with "Rope It Off," a track that refits line-dancing for rap music club nights -- or possibly vice versa.

About This Album

Where Big Kenny spent 2013 plotting his move into electro, Cowboy Troy's first release in seven years posits hick-hop as more than a riff on contemporary country music, moving his sound further from Nashville with the type of music -- dubstep wobbles on "Buzzed Up" -- and references -- "Giddy Up," the song from the Wal-Mart commercials -- so gauche that even Music City isn't touching them. At the same time, this EP relocates the sub-genre from the mud back to the club, peaking with "Rope It Off," a track that refits line-dancing for rap music club nights -- or possibly vice versa.

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About This Album

Where Big Kenny spent 2013 plotting his move into electro, Cowboy Troy's first release in seven years posits hick-hop as more than a riff on contemporary country music, moving his sound further from Nashville with the type of music -- dubstep wobbles on "Buzzed Up" -- and references -- "Giddy Up," the song from the Wal-Mart commercials -- so gauche that even Music City isn't touching them. At the same time, this EP relocates the sub-genre from the mud back to the club, peaking with "Rope It Off," a track that refits line-dancing for rap music club nights -- or possibly vice versa.