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- Song Name: Beat This Summer
- Artist Name / Band Name: Brad Paisley
- Produced By: Brad Paisley
- Album Name: Wheelhouse
- Release Date: March 4, 2013
- Genre: Country, Rock
- Record Label: Arista Nashville
- Written By: Chris DuBois, Luke Laird & Brad Paisley
- Performance: Peaked at No.
- Sampled In: N/A
- Cover By: N/A
- Remixed By: N/A
Brad Paisley – Beat This Summer Review
When you first listen to the song ‘Beat This Summer,’ you surely will think that it is clumsy and unfamiliar. But wait until it starts to grow inside you. Brad Paisley is determined to push himself so he could go to places where he has never gone before.
He intends to do so through his upcoming album called ‘Wheelhouse.’ This track comes as the second single from that CD.
The song can be a double-take type of track. After you started listening to it, you may have a double-take as you try to make sense out of it. But you would eventually realize that it is a reflection of what Paisley does best. No one could downplay its arrangement and production.
Definitely, his fingerprints are all over the song. The guitar work is unique and his vocals, truly outstanding. The production is simply out of the box. The tone comes earlier than expected with choppy interplay embedded between banjo and electric guitar. The rhythm slides nicely as the track continues to unfold.
The lyrics are commendable, as well. Paisley’s efforts to make the words impressive are showcased. Overall, it can be a lyrically stimulating country single that is not unique to Paisley.