Budding country starlet Chelsey James is back and she’s hitting the ground running with her latest single, titled “Must’ve Been Drunk.” Her latest single spares no punches as she channels her anger and frustration with an ex-lover into a song filled to the brim with emotion. When it comes to breakup anthems no genre of music does it better than country music. James’ latest single is yet another testament to the strength and raw ability to connect with listeners that country breakup songs hold over other genres. What makes this song even more remarkable is the subtle elements of R&B that take this song and its production to the next level.
While you can tell James’ latest single is a sure-fire hit from the first listen, it’s on the second, third, and fourth listens of the song that you start to pick up on the smaller details that make this song so successful. From the layered production that transforms as the song progresses (from subtle R&B influences to a powerful country chorus,) to the impressive vocal performance James lays on this track, there is something new to discover each time you listen to the song. “Boy, this time it’s goodbye / Think it’s time to close my tab,” she sings on the second verse, building on the theme of falling in love at a bar. With lyrics that tell a cohesive story, vocals that blow the roof off of the building, and production that sinks in the second you hear it, Chelsey James crafted one of the best country tracks of 2021.
Chelsey James’ latest single “Must’ve Been Drunk” is available now on all major streaming platforms!
Watch the brand new music video here: youtu.be/gsBYXllRFw0
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