Burn County is now officially on the scene with their debut “My Chevy” and they’ve started off with a bang. Chevy riders will love “My Chevy”, but I’d like to think that even Ford Dodge and, gasp, even Toyota drivers will be blasting this song on their way to mud holes all over the country this fall. Did I mention, you can download the single for free from their website
The production team that brought you the Moonshine Bandits Blacked Out album which charted 13 and 10 on Country and Rap BB charts respectively, “My Chevy” has Perfect flows, impeccable production and a sound that reminds me of some really good Moonshine Bandits music make up the debut single from the group, who originally met in college way back in 1998.
You may remember member Durwood Black, from the latest Moonshine Bandits album, as he was a major contributor to the project. He and Ty Weathers met back in 1998 at college.
Since then they have built a resume that includes the Bandits, and you can hear their work featured on tracks from artists such as Big Smo, Colt Ford, The Lacs, Big B, D. Thrash, Redneck Souljers, Lenny Cooper, Danny Boone, Cowboy Troy, Crucifix, Demun Jones, Brahma Bull (Moccasin Creek) E-40, Bubba Sparxxx, Messy Marv, T-Spade, Slo Poke, On One, and Major Parade to name a few.
Their fans (along with Moonshine Bandits’ Bird and Tex themselves) urged Burn County to release their own music, and I’m glad they did.
These guys are major contributors to the country rap/outlaw movement, and though they’ve spent a lot of time behind the scenes, their debut single off their upcoming ‘Welcome To Burn County’ is less a coming out party and more a culmination of over a decades worth of hard work.
This may be their debut single, but I can say with certainty that “My Chevy” is only the beginning of what could be one of the top groups in the country.