Breaking: Jason Aldean’s ‘Try That In A Small Town’ Is Now No.1 Song In The World

Jason Aldean try That in a small town

Here’s a scenario for you: a controversial country song, born and raised in the heartland of the USA, takes the global stage by storm, with an iTunes chart-topping debut. No, you haven’t accidentally tuned into the Twilight Zone of music. This is reality, folks. Jason Aldean’s “Try That In A Small Town” has saddled up and ridden straight into the position of the world’s #1 song.

In what can only be described as a plot twist more surprising than a vegetarian at a Texas barbecue, Aldean’s contentious anthem has achieved world domination, stepping over the boundaries of its small-town roots to grasp a global accolade.

Just when we thought the song had stirred enough controversy with its edgy lyrics and historically charged video location, it surprised us yet again by rising to the top of international charts. Talk about an underdog story for the ages! It’s like the Rocky Balboa of the music world, but instead of boxing gloves, there’s a guitar and cowboy boots involved.

It’s a wonder that the controversy, which had all the intensity of a Wild West standoff, didn’t bring Aldean’s song to a grinding halt. Instead, it seems to have acted like a defibrillator to the song’s heart, jolting it to life and propelling it up the charts.

The song, with lyrics that casually list city behaviors unwelcome in a small town (including “carjacking an old lady” and “stomping on the flag”) all set against the backdrop of a historic lynching site, seemed more likely to sink like a stone rather than fly. However, like a country version of Phoenix rising from the ashes, “Try That In A Small Town” has soared to become a global sensation.

Perhaps the world is just drawn to a good controversy. Or maybe the catchy melody and Aldean’s gruff, no-nonsense delivery hooked listeners in. Perhaps there’s just something universally relatable about the concept of small-town values in a world that’s rapidly changing.

Remember that time when Aldean defended his song on Twitter? “There is not a single lyric in the song that references race or points to it,” he stated. It seems like this was his version of David’s sling against the Goliath of criticism, and boy, did that stone hit its mark!

While Aldean’s global success may seem as puzzling as a hipster at a tractor pull, one cannot deny the sheer power of controversy. Just as water can carve a canyon over time, so can a stream of criticism propel a country song to the apex of world music.

Now, we have to ask ourselves, what does it mean that this song is now the #1 in the world? Does it mark a shift in global taste towards country music? Or is it the world’s way of telling us that controversy, when set to a catchy tune, becomes an irresistible earworm?

This achievement might make Aldean the unofficial global ambassador of country music. We’re hoping he’s ready to trade his cowboy boots for a diplomat’s suit. Although, knowing Aldean, he’d probably keep the boots.

Jason Aldean’s “Try That In A Small Town” rising to become the world’s #1 song is like watching a homegrown talent make it to the big leagues. It’s the Cinderella story of country music, with a touch of controversy added to the mix.

So, there you have it, folks. Jason Aldean has proven that sometimes, all it takes to make it to the top is a guitar, a controversial song, and a refusal to back down. And with this unexpected victory, one thing’s for certain: it’s a good day to be a country music fan.

Alex Robin

With years of experience in crafting clever and satirical pieces, Alex has made a name for himself as one of the funniest and sharpest writers in the industry. Although his true identity remains a mystery, what is clear is that Alex has a knack for finding the absurdity in everyday situations and turning them into laugh-out-loud funny stories. He has a unique perspective on the world and is always on the lookout for the next big target to skewer with his biting wit. When he's not writing hilarious articles for, Alex enjoys playing practical jokes on his friends and family, watching stand-up comedy, and rooting for his favorite sports teams. He also has a soft spot for animals, particularly his mischievous cat, who often inspires his comedic material.

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