Brantley Gilbert & Jelly Roll Share Duet ‘Son Of The Dirty South’

Brantley Gilbert and Jelly Roll have teamed up for a new duet, “Son Of The Dirty South.”

“My new song #SonOfTheDirtySouth featuring @jellyroll615 is OUT NOW. Couldn’t wait to release this one..” Gilbert announced on Instagram. “Y’all are gonna want to crank it #BGNation. Thanks to my man Jelly for blowing this one out of the water with me.”

“LETS GO! This is the anthem for the summer baby!” Jelly Roll added.

“Son of the Dirty South” was co-written by Gilbert, Jelly Roll and Andrew Baylis.

“‘Cause I’m a Son Of The Dirty South / Got to trippin’ / Mama washin’ out my dirty mouth / and pickin’ switches / I’m a hell raisin’ rebel that you better never tread on / gun-totin’, drinkin’, smokin’ / hoss that you can bet on / tatted up / I’m gassed up / I’m throwed off and I’m buck wild / loud and rowdy / I’m a Son Of The Dirty South / loud and rowdy / I’m a Son Of The Dirty South,” Gilbert sings in the song.

(Photo: Brian Vaughan)

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