The Controversy - Zac Brown

The Controversy

Zac Brown

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2019-09-30
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 7

  • ℗ 2019 No Reserve, Inc


Play Title Time Download
Time 3:06  
Spend It All On You 3:22  
Swayze (feat. Sasha Sirota) 3:09  
Lion's Den 3:16  
Dream Sellin' (feat. Poo Bear 4:02  
This Far 3:48  
Always and Never 2:39  


  • This is why you shouldn’t do drugs

    By Mattley85
    From being on top of the country world to getting busted at a hotel drug party this is where Zac Brown has ended his career. Utter TRASH!
  • Great album ... for the dump

    By yela34
    What are you doing Zachary Alexander ??
  • Zack Who?

    By Roy A Bowers
    I think he ment to put up his middle finger to his fans. A musical chance that was a good-bye kiss. Someone help him please!!
  • Garbage

    By Cate5013
    It's like douche-y pop. Not good.
  • Horrid

    By dnsarjngsaw
    Wish i could give 0 stars.
  • Awesome!!!

    By SoEclectic
    Such a great album from a really talented artist!! I love his willingness to take risks and push the envelope. Old school country fans, most likely Trumptards, need to give it a rest and let artists evolve even though their own narrow minded brains can’t seem to.
  • Lol

    By mcgin 73
    Complete crap
  • What is going on here?

    By Jeth12
    Is this a joke? Zac Brown is killing his career
  • Out of the comfort zone, but, that's okay!

    By brand3bkc
    Artists should experiment and try new things. If he thought this would lose a few fans he obviously didn't care. His career is secure. Putting out yet another yahoo collection is like eating the same lunch everyday. Boring. This set of songs proves his ability to go beyond the same old worn-out formula. If you expected the same ole same ole, then go listen to someone else. Zac knows that any time he decides to put out the same ole junk, you'll be back with your usual praise. Bravo for attempting to become fresh again.
  • Is this real life?

    By Westyjohn1990
    I don’t know if this is an identity crisis, a sellout, or a practical joke (I’m hopeful it’s the latter). Zac is an amazingly talented musician, and this album seems so far beneath him. Even more puzzling is his hypocrisy. It wasn’t long ago that Zac was criticizing Luke Bryan for not being country enough. Not that I care for Luke Bryan, but I think Zac owes him an apology.

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