13 Songs, 46 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

One can trace Kip Moore’s growth just from his album titles. Up All Night and Wild Ones were characteristically party-rocking affairs. On his third album, Slowheart, Moore pumps the brakes and allows himself to appreciate the journey so far. He shows off his non-country side, peppering his set with nods to alternative and soul. The latter makes itself known in “Blonde,” a biting rebuke of hometown kids who forget where they came from. Despite his maturation, “More Girls Like You” shows the Georgian still knows how to make a party jump.

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

One can trace Kip Moore’s growth just from his album titles. Up All Night and Wild Ones were characteristically party-rocking affairs. On his third album, Slowheart, Moore pumps the brakes and allows himself to appreciate the journey so far. He shows off his non-country side, peppering his set with nods to alternative and soul. The latter makes itself known in “Blonde,” a biting rebuke of hometown kids who forget where they came from. Despite his maturation, “More Girls Like You” shows the Georgian still knows how to make a party jump.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
264 Ratings
264 Ratings
WylieCyote ,

This album couldn't come soon enough

If anyone needs me I'll be listening to this on repeat till I go deaf

mattpeek2 ,

Kip is backkkkkk

Love this guy!

Jr3366 ,

Real country

If you listened to Thomas Rhett's album right before this I'm proud you were able to come here and listen to real country music

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