Have you ever heard a singing voice and immediately fell in love with it? Like you don’t even know what the singer looks like but you know their voice alone is beautiful. That is how I feel with Thomas Rhett. Now of course he is a good looking guy but I didn’t even know what he looked like for the longest time but I loved his music and I knew that he had to be a hottie. I wasn’t wrong. Now he is married to his high school sweetheart so I will respect that, but good job on her end. He is one of the most swoon worthy country singers out there right now!
I have to admit, all of these country singers are just getting better and better looking. I think I am going to have to move to the south or something to find me one.
All I can say is that right now ‘Die A Happy Man’ is by far one of my favorite songs out right now. There is just something so amazing about it, so pure and beautiful.
I have a feeling we will be seeing Thomas and is adorable little smile for a long time and I can’t wait to see what else he has in store for us!
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So Thomas Rhett and Nick Jonas teamed up together for CMT’s crossroads special and well, guess what? Their duet is absolutely incredible, perfection, all of that. I am seriously in love with both Thomas and Nick, I can’t even deny that. They also sang ‘Jealous’, ‘Chains’, and ‘Chainsaw’, which you can find on YouTube but nothing compares to their ‘Die A Happy Man’ duet.
This duet is incredible, Nick and Thomas put out a real duet as soon as possible please!
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Yes, you read the title correctly, Nelly decided to cover the insanely popular country his ‘Die A Happy Man’ originally sang by Thomas Rhett.
About six months ago or so Nelly said that he was going to be coming out with a country album and I didn’t believe it. Considering growing up Nelly was an insanely popular rapper I couldn’t imagine it. He did have an awesome remix with Florida Georgia Line for ‘Cruise’ but a whole album, that’s a lot. Plus his Tim McGraw song was huge, but again he rapped through most of it.
Honestly, after hearing this song I am still not sure. I think that if I didn’t know him as Hot In Herre Nelly, I think that I would be more accepting. Hearing him actually singing, no rapping at all, it is a lot.
I give this song a C+, I have heard worse but I have heard much better too. It could also be my own bias since I loved him rapping. I am interested in seeing where this country singing career goes though.
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