Review: Country singer Kip Moore captivates on new single 'Young Love' Special

Posted Dec 24, 2013 by Markos Papadatos
Country singer Kip Moore has been on a roll lately. He released his latest radio single "Young Love" via his record label, MCA Nashville.
Country singer Kip Moore
Country singer Kip Moore
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It is the follow-up to his beautiful love ballad "Hey Pretty Girl."
Moore co-wrote "Young Love" with songwriters Dan Couch and Westin Davis. It was produced by Brett James, who has written songs for some of the biggest names in country music including Martina McBride ("Blessed" and "So Magical").
"Young Love" is a rich and dynamic vocal performance by Moore and his baritone vocals are reminiscent of fellow country singer-songwriters Brantley Gilbert and Tyler Farr. It is the lead single from his forthcoming sophomore studio album.
Along with "Hey Pretty Girl," it is one of my two all-time favorite Kip Moore songs and it is quite impressive that he released both of them back to back.
After four weeks on the Billboard Hot Country Airplay charts, it sits at No. 29, for the week ending December 28.
The Verdict
Kip Moore's new single "Young Love" garners 4.5 out of 5 stars. I firmly believe that Moore is one of the most underrated male vocalists in the country genre, and I find it incredibly hard to believe that his previous single "Hey Pretty Girl" only peaked at No. 2 on the country charts, when it was a single of chart-topping caliber. Hopefully, he will be back at the top with "Young Love," since the range he exhibits in this song is too good to be ignored. The emotion in his voice is evident throughout.
For more information on country singer Kip Moore, visit his official website.