Written by Nathan Chapman, Charles Kelley, and Darius Rucker
Darius Rucker still seems more committed to keeping the country elements present in his country music than all of his contemporaries that didn’t crossover from the nineties rocks scene. But that commitment is slipping a bit.
The fiddle and banjo are still there, but they’re further back in the mix than they used to be. Lyrically, the song’s a bit ridiculous. but even the silly hook that rhymes honey with money is infectious. Rucker’s charismatic vocals are as charming as ever.
It’s a fun little record that could’ve been even better with a simpler production.