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article imageReview: Maggie Rose rocks on new country single 'Girl In Your Truck Song' Special

By Markos Papadatos     Jul 26, 2014 in Music
Country darling Maggie Rose has released her new single "Girl In Your Truck Song," which is her rebuttal against bro-country and she succeeds in it.
Just when you thought that Rose could not get any better than "I Ain't Your Mama" or her stunning ballad "Better," she proves her fans wrong again with her spitfire "Girl In Your Truck Song."
In the lyrics, she does a solid job making reference to such country artists as Florida Georgia Line ("Cruise" and "Get Your Shine On"), Blake Shelton ("Boys 'Round Here"), Jason Aldean ("Tattoos on this Town"), Brad Paisley ("Mud on The Tires"), Luke Bryan ("That's my Kind of Night") as well as Cole Swindell ("Chillin' It").
"The one that makes you sing along, Makes you wanna cruise, Drink a little moonshine down, Leave a couple tattoos on this town," Rose sings.
The song in itself is fun and upbeat and has some really neat hooks and instrumentals. Her vocals are crystalline and reminiscent of fellow country songstresses Kellie Pickler and Kimberly Perry from The Band Perry.
By the end of the song, Rose does a solid job convincing her fans as to why she deserves to be the "girl in your truck song," as the title states.
As Digital Journal previously reported, when she played it live at the Pennysaver Amphitheater in Farmingville, New York, it garnered such a positive response from the fans.
The Verdict
Overall, Maggie Rose knocks "Girl In Your Truck Song" out of the ballpark. It garners 4.5 out of 5 stars. If radio stations can play all these "bro-country" songs from the men in the genre, they ought to make room for Maggie Rose and her new single. She may, very well, have the biggest hit of her career with this tune.
For more information on Maggie Rose and her new single "Girl Your Truck Song," visit her website.
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