Well if you saw the blog yesterday then you know the new layout, and yes the Thursday title mayyyy be too long. Like I said, it's a working title, but by all means if you got a better fuckin title then leave it in the Facebook comments, asshole. But you get the gist, something fun to remind you that tomorrow is the start of the weekend and the end to your hellish working existence. So here's a great old drinking song performed with the help of one of the best performers we got these days in JT.
But seriously, isn't this just an even further indictment on country music? I mean don't get me wrong, I love this song. I feel like "Friends In Low Places", and Garth Brooks himself to a certain extent, gets a free pass amongst the anti-country people, but this just goes to show how fucking stupid country really is. JT gets in there and takes a song considered one of country's best and fucking dominates it right in the original singer's face. Shows the people how much better regular people music really is. I mean Garth was fine, but JT just basically proved that country music is the JV of the music industry. It's why guys like Hootie can fail in mainstream music and then go dominate the country game as Darius Rucker. It's why a Carrie Underwood can be one of the only well known American Idol winners just by throwin on some daisy dukes and singing about Jesus and pick-ups. Because it's stupid brainless shit that any real performer, a Timberlake if you will, could come up with while taking a dump break between writing real songs. So thank you, Justin, for showing the quality difference between regular person music and country crap.
And before any country fans get all up in arms, obviously there are exceptions to the rule. Old school country, Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, hell I even like some George Strait, there have definitely been some incredible performers in country's history... but there's also this:
Oh yes, a Honkytonk Badonkadonk. That's like taking shitty club rap music and making it exponentially shittier. So spare me the argument on the side of country being good music, it's not. You can listen to it all you want without judgement (sorta not really), but don't lie to my face and tell me you genuinely believe it's quality stuff. JV squad of music.
Anywho, that turned in to a rant pretty quick... Uh get excited for the weekend? That was the point of the video, after all, and if nothing else that song definitely makes you want to crush some light beer, so props where props are deserved.