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Single Review: “Do You Believe Me Now?” by Jimmy Wayne

March 25, 2008

Jimmy has been on the losing end of Big Machine Records for a while, attempting with some decent singles to make it back onto the scene. Sadly he’s been unsuccessful lately. However he has been shifted to Valory Records and this single has all the charisma and power that makes Jimmy so attractive as an artist. The song takes a very interesting look at a breakup from the man’s point of view in a case in which his insecurity about another man in his girl’s life was right on the money.

Usually when it comes to a man’s suspicions they are over-dramatized and blown out of proportion. However, Jimmy proves this isn’t always the case as he places himself in the character of that man who was right about the way his girl’s other male friend was looking at her and waiting for one crack to let him in to take over. Jimmy’s vocals are quite powerful and the song sounds quite original and unique. It’s a little over produced for the sound that made Jimmy a huge breakout artists, but hopefully it could help Jimmy make it back into the swing of things. It may not be his best song, but it’s a damn decent one.

 Grade: B+

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Jordan Stacey permalink
    March 25, 2008 11:20 pm

    I agree 100% with this review, But I’d just like to point out this is Jimmy’s first single for Valory records, the last few have been for Big Machine Records.

  2. cowboybleau permalink*
    March 26, 2008 1:54 am

    I did notice that Jordan, I’l change it. Hopefully he comes back, hes got real potential.

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