Steven Tyler has been all over social media recently counting down to the premiere of his latest solo country track, called "Red, White and You." The song dropped on January 22 and, so far, has been getting really good reviews, as this song is a solid country release.
What do we think over here at PopWrapped? Well, we love it!
Let's get into the nitty gritty of the song.
"Red, White and You" is the country song you didn't know you needed. It's a country song that you don't need to be a fan of country music to enjoy. It's also a song that you don't have to love Aerosmith just to love; people who love country music will be into it. This is the perfect song to get all his fans on board while growing his fan base even more. The lyrics are fun, and this song could have been the perfect summer release, but -- hey! -- it's also a nice relief from Winter Storm Jonas. This song is down and dirty and everything you want from Steven Tyler. Just wait till he's performing it live with that classic scarf hanging from his microphone!
The song was co written by Steven Tyler, Nathan Barlowe, Levi Hummon, and John Vella. This song is the follow-up to Tyler's "Love Is Your Name," which was a sincere ballad that really let Tyler's vocals shine.
Take a listen below to the new track, and we hope you enjoy it as much as we did! It's so catchy and just the right amount of dirty. Sound off with your thoughts in the comments! Are you ready for a country singer version of Steven Tyler? We weren't sure, but, after this release, we think we know how we'll be spending the 4th of July this year!