Kyle’s LEAST Favorite Songs of 2020 So Far

And I thought 2019 was “a weird year for country music”

Like everything else in 2020, Nashville’s output this year has been all over the map: Some good stuff, some bad stuff, and a lot of songs piling up in the mushy middle. Only a few songs, however, can sit at the bottom of the barrel, and we’ve got yet another “strong” crop of losers this year. Whether it be hopping on a careless trend like the Cobronavirus movement, trafficking in antiquated/annoying stereotypes, or simply not putting enough effort into their craft, a few tracks have stood out for being just plain awful, even in a year where police brutality, governmental incompetence, racial injustice, and a global pandemic have pushed the definition of awfulness to a new low.

I don’t want to waste any more words on these songs than I have to, so I’ll stop monologuing. These are the worst tracks I’ve heard in 2020 thus far.

Dishonorable Mentions:

#10: Kane Brown, “Cool Again” (4/10)

#9: Brothers Osborne, “All Night” (4/10)

#8: Niko Moon, “GOOD TIME” (4/10)

#7: Morgan Wallen, “More Than My Hometown” (4/10)

#6: Parker McCollum, “Pretty Heart” (4/10)

#5: Dustin Lynch, “Momma’s House” (4/10)

#4: Lee Brice, “One Of Them Girls” (4/10)

#3: Tucker Beathard, “You Would Think” (3/10)

#2: Florida Georgia Line, “I Love My Country” (2/10)

#1: Little Big Town, “Wine, Beer, Whiskey” (2/10)