Review: Easton Corbin charms on new country radio single 'Yup' Special

Posted Aug 28, 2015 by Markos Papadatos
Country singer Easton Corbin is back with his latest radio single "Yup," which was released on his label label, Mercury Nashville.
Country star Easton Corbin
Country star Easton Corbin
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"Yup" features Corbin's rich, baritone voice, which is reminiscent of fellow country star Joe Nichols, due to its neo-traditionalist vibe. It is a track on his latest studio album About To Get Real, and a unique mid-tempo love tune.
"You got a pretty girl looking at you there, giving you that what you gonna do stare, Saying, 'look, gonna call it a night now,' but you're all wrapped up in the right now," Corbin sings.
"Yup" was co-penned by Wade Kirby, Phil O'Donnell and Shane Minor, as well as produced by Carson Chamberlain. It is the follow-up to his hit single "Baby Be My Love Song," which peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot Country Airplay charts.
The Verdict
Overall, Easton Corbin's new song "Yup" garners 4.5 out of 5 stars. It deserves to become his next chart-topping single. His voice is very distinct and impressive in the country genre, and he never disappoints.
To learn more about Corbin's About To Get Real CD, check it out on iTunes, by clicking here.
For more information on Easton Corbin and "Yup," check out his Facebook page.