Lemme give you a brief history, okay? I hate country music, and I live in the south as of now. It's not really the best combination, but hey! Taylor used to be country, and everybody still loves her cuz of that, so I can still find SOME other jams around here. A while back, a friend of mine showed me a few memes of this kid on Instagram, and I though yodelling at Walmart was literally as thick as this kid's waters ran. A week or so later, I saw him on the Ellen show, and learned a bit about him, including his name, Mason Ramsey. I was still kind of disturbed due to the sheer amount of countriness contained in his interview. But I was like whatever, who cares, it's cool to learn about him and now he gets to live his dreams. Yay! After his performances at the Grand Ole Opry and Coachella, he returned to Ellen with another performance. I then found his single after seeing a small clip pre-commerical break. To be honest, I have grown to love this kid. Mason is a very talented artist, and great kid.
Great song! Have a feeling it will be on the radio soon. Keep at it mason!! You're awesome!
I just hope that he doesn't become Justin bieber
This kid has a huge future!
Everybody has heard the story of the yodeling kid whose intoning of Hank Williams' classics at a local House Of Rollbacks in Kentucky, just across the border from his home state Illinois, catapulted the video of that performance into internet virality. TV shows, a guest spot at Coachella, a first performance at the Grand Ole Opry and now he got country-Biebered up and released a terrible debut single "Famous." All that in less than a month. Oh, I was ecstatic like so many other traditional country music fans (aka old farts), here was a young lad of 11-years pouring his heart out with Hank Williams' "Lovesick Blues." It seemed too good to be true, a visit on the Ellen DeGeneres TV- show, not only saw him getting a scholarship to study in the future but also made it possible to go visit and sing at the mother church of country music, The Grand Ole Opry. But that visit to Nashville bore strange fruits, the record-machinery under the auspices of has-been-artist Jake Owen and his Big Loud Records, a subsidiary of Atlantic got hold of the little rebel singing Hiram's songs and set him straight, turning him into a Justin pop-starlet. Simply, terrible!
Great song so much potential i pray he doesn't get involved with drugs