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Review: Mason Ramsey’s ‘Famous’ EP shows his future is bright

Following his viral rendition of Hank Williams, ‘Lovesick Blues’ in an Illinois Walmart, Mason Ramsey has chosen to keep his foot on the pedal.

 

Mason Ramsey's cover art for 'Famous' EP
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From Walmart to Coachella, to his very own EP, eleven-year-old Mason Ramsey seems to be on the cusp of Country greatness. Following his viral rendition of Hank Williams, ‘Lovesick Blues’ in an Illinois Walmart, Mason Ramsey has chosen to keep his foot on the pedal. His debut single ‘Famous’, which starts off the EP, is a heartwarming track in which he expresses his love for his girl, letting her know that his rise to fame has been great, but he doesn’t want to be famous if it isn’t for loving her.

Following, are his wonderful renditions of Hank Williams’ ‘Lovesick Blues’ and ‘Jambalaya (On the Bayou)’ right before he hits with some originals tracks ‘The Way I See It’ and ‘Yo Da Lady Who’. The EP ends with another rendition of a Hank Williams’ song, ‘I Saw the Light’ which attests to his faith. The future is bright for the young Country star, be sure to check him out!


Words by Brandon Wint


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