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Chancey Williams Exposes His Flaws On ‘It Ain’t You’ (Review)

Chancey Williams time warps back to the ‘90s with his new single. “It Ain’t You” shimmers like a Brooks & Dunn song, with a little Clint Black tossed into the mix. Spun into the lyrics is a story about being hard to love and confessing it all to a lover.

“It ain’t you that stumbles in at 3 am / It ain’t you that’s got them never-grew-up friends,” he sings, electric guitar spinning around him. “You ain’t the one getting whiskey drunk, howling at the moon / I know you love me, girl / But it ain’t you…”

The song, co-written with Jody Stevens, practically bursts from denim-crusted seams. Williams’ voice stays the course, delivering the words with a wry smile. On writing the song, the bronco-ridin’ singer-songwriter shares in a press release: “I’m lucky to have a number of awesome songwriting partners, but Jody is fun for me to write with because his background is a lot different from mine, and he comes at it from a little different perspective sometimes. It’s cool to mesh our styles together.”

Listen to “It Ain’t You” below.

Chancey Williams has been making quite a name for himself. The Wyoming native has toured the country alongside the likes of Toby Keith, Cody Johnson, Alan Jackson, Dierks Bentley, and Parker McCollum. 

Even more, he has a few awards under his big belt buckle. He’s been awarded several iHeartRadio Rocky Mountain Country Music Awards, including Entertainer of the Year and Album of the Year for the Trent Willmon-produced 3rd Street. Earlier this year, he took to the Grand Ole Opry stage for his debut, marking an important mile-marker in his budding career. He’s clearly on his way up, and no one can stop him.

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