Brittany Aldean, the wife of Jason Aldean, responded to critics after her husband’s song “Try That in a Small Town” topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart…

Brittany Aldean, who is married to country music star Jason Aldean, is firing back against naysayers after her husband’s controversial song “Try That in a Small Town” reached the top spot on the Billboard Hot Songs list.

This is a momentous occasion not just for Jason but also for country music in its whole, particularly with regard to country tunes. This is the first time that country singles have captured the top three slots on the Hot 100 in a single week since the list was originally published in August of 1958. Jason came in at number one, followed by Morgan Wallen’s “Last Night” at number two, and Luke Combs’ “Fast Car” at number three.

Tuesday was the day that Brittany broke the news on Instagram, posting a snapshot of the singer among other images and videos of her and her partner embracing and congratulating one other on their success with their children present.

“Well, it was a big day for @jasonaldean yesterday, as he reached #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart!!…A milestone achievement That really did turn out to be a mistake, didn’t it?,” Brittany added, referring to the criticism that was directed on the song as well as the music video that accompanied it. “The best fans in the history of the universe.”


Following the release of the song a month ago, the country artist was subjected to a barrage of criticism over the song, as some individuals deemed the lyrics to be pro-gun and the imagery in the music video to be offensive. In addition, the song video was removed from airing on Country song Television.

This line from the song’s lyrics can be found near the middle of the track: “Got a pistol that my grandfather gave me / They believe that at some point in the future they will round up. Good luck with that, that s— could really get on in the city. Try doing it in a more rural setting / Check to see how far you go down the road and / When you step over that boundary, it won’t be for very long / In order for you to learn this, I strongly suggest that you do not / Try doing it in a more rural community.

In the past, Brittany has shown her support for her husband by posting a picture on Instagram beside the “Big Green Tractor” singer and captioning it with the phrase “Never apologize for speaking the truth.”

She also went to her Stories to confront the “media” and accused outlets of perverting the track to suit their “repulsive narrative.” She did this while addressing the “media” on her Stories.

She wrote above a photo of a palm tree, “Media.. it’s the same song and dance,” in her journal. “Twist everything you can in order to make it fit your repulsive narrative.”

Brittany continued by saying, “How about we stop making up tales and instead concentrate on the genuine ones, such as the exploitation of children? Thought-provoking material.”


The music video was shot in front of the enormous American flag that is placed atop the Maury County Courthouse in Columbia, Tennessee. This building was the location of the hanging of Henry Choate in 1927. The video was released on July 14th.

The song video contains splices of footage showing protesters vandalizing cities in response to police brutality and racial turmoil during the height of the epidemic.

Additionally, Jason sings that “good ol’ boys, raised up right,” and that they are taking things into their own hands by “taking care of our own.”

A few days later, he moved to social media to address the situation, writing, “In the past 24 hours I have been accused of releasing a pro-lynching song (a song that has been out since May) and was subject to the comparison that I was not too pleased with the nationwide BLM protests.” The song in question had been released earlier this year. These references are not only without value but also potentially harmful. There is not a single line in the song that makes any reference to race or that refers to it, and there is not a single video clip that isn’t actual news footage; and although I can attempt to accept other people’s right to have their own interpretation of a song with music, this one goes too far.”

The message went on to say, “As many people have pointed out, I was present at Route 91 where so many people lost their lives, and our community just recently suffered another heartbreaking tragedy.” Absolutely NO ONE, including me, wants to keep reading headlines that make no sense or watch families being torn apart.

“The sense of a community that I had growing up, where we took care of our neighbors regardless of differences in background or religion, is what “Try That in a Small Town” alludes to for me, and it’s what “Try That in a Small Town” refers to in the song. Since they were our neighbors, and that fact took precedence over any other distinctions. My political beliefs have never been a secret, and I’m well aware that a lot of people in this country have different ideas about how we might return to a feeling of normality in which we can spend at least one day without a headline that keeps us up at night. However, one thing that we can all agree on is that we need to do something soon. But the want for it to happen is the subject of this song.

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