Brantley Gilbert said it was a toss up on what was more exciting his new single and album out or the Dawgs beating Tennessee saying, "That's a tough question".
Brantley's new album "So Help Me God" just dropped and his smash single "Heaven By Then" with Vince Gill and Blake Shelton is taking over radio nationwide. Moote, Kimmie, and Otis got an exclusive chat with the Georgia star about it all.
He said that it was an awesome day having a new song out but his phone is exploding, "people act like it's a 911 emergency situation", told MKO.
Gilbert told us that having 3 generations of Country Music on one song was the plan in having Vince and Blake on this new single "Heaven By Then". It was a long time coming to this point and he's glad it's finally out for the public to hear now.
When it comes to choosing whether his album release and new song or the Bulldawgs destroying Tennessee Gilbert said "that's a tough question". He did admit that seeing the Dawgs take #1 again and pull off such a huge when is "hard to compare" too.
The first single from "So Help Me God" is for sure going to be Brantley's newest #1 in now time. This video really adds perspective to the lyrics and meaning of the song as well.