Brad Paisley ups the fun quotient in his “Moonshine in the Trunk”

With his latest release the “Moonshine in the Trunk”, the American country singer and songwriter Brad Paisley has upped the fun quotient in his music. The singer still feels the hurt caused by the unforeseen criticism that the music star and LL Cool J, the popular rapper received over their song called “Accidental Racist.” The song got leaked before the release of his “Wheelhouse” album for 2013.

Feeling betrayed, the singer says, “I’m not going to take it when they tell me, ‘You shouldn’t have done that.’ I’m a musician. Don’t tell me I shouldn’t have done that. I am going to say what I want to say, and this album is what I want to say right now.” Offering his opinion on the whole incident, Chris DuBois, business partner and close friend of the singer said, “It was disappointing because of how badly the song was misinterpreted,” in addition to the need by both of the singers to “…wanting to address the reality of racial tension in America…”

Regarding his latest album, Paisley has taken help from his many friends to leak each and every song on his album before its official release and has even incurred the wrath of the chief of his record label. Not interested in what the critics say, the singer has made known he is only concerned about the reaction of the public. Following the philosophy of moving forward in life with serious determination, the title track and the entire album represents this philosophy. The latest music creation by the singer offers his view on contemporary barrelhouse and is meant for fun and has described it as “a sort of bright sides at all costs thing.”

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