Country Name Droppers is a brand new feature on WYCD.com, where we take a look at your favorite country albums for every time that a name is dropped in the lyrics. That name dropping can involve Brands, Companies, Other Artists, and we’ve also included Country Stereotypes (bonfire, dirt road, daisy dukes, etc.) to that list.
Today on Country Name Droppers, we took a look at Florida Georgia Line’s album, Here’s To The Good Times. It is the duo’s first studio album and was released on December 4th, 2012. “Cruise,” which was the first single off the album, reached number 1 on the Country Airplay in just 11 days after the album’s release.
Florida Georgia Line: Here’s To The Good Times
Chevy x3, Marshall Tucker, KC Lights
Chevy, Fireball Whiskey x3
Get Your Shine On
Shine Down, Silverado x2, Ray Bans x2
Here’s to the Good Times
Pontiac x2, Bacardi Black x2
It’z Just What We Do
Georgia Clay mudhole, Bud Light, Tailgate, Jack (Daniels), Bacardi, Solo Cup, Bocephus, Jesus, Goodtime Moonshine, Florida Georgia Line
No Name Drops
Hell Raisin’ Heat of the Summer
Daisy Duke, Black Cat (fireworks), Skynyrd, Alabama, Alpine
Tell Me How You Like It
Coke (Soda), Tailgate, Bonfire
Tip It Back
Georgia Bulldogs, Cadillac, Jack (Daniels) x3
Dayum, Baby (featuring Sarah Buxton)
No Name Drops
JBLs, Helena Montana, David Lee Roth
“It’z Just What We Do” is the most name drop heavy song on the album with 10 mentions, including their own band name. “Stay” and “Dayum, Baby” are both name drop free on the record.
Stay tuned for more Country Name Droppers as we go through the latest albums as they are released. Leave us a comment if there is an album that you would like to see us cover!
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