I'd be lying if I said I wasn't disappointed that this isn't a countrified version of the Juvenile hit. Alas, it's just a hillbilly rave-up that finds a country boy trying to get a city girl used to farm life, using backing up a truck as an awkward sexual metaphor (“Throw it in reverse and let Daddy load it up.” Seriously.)
To his cred
it, Moore throws himself fully into the lyric like he's Joe Diffie singing a mid-nineties novelty number. I'd like to hear him use that personality on more interesting material, and leave songs like this to Rodney Carrington, who is the master of the dirty country song.
Listen: Back That Thing Up
Buy: Back That Thing Up