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Jones finds "Them Girls Do"

Saturday, February 4, 2023 – Black country singer Willie Jones, who meshes hip hop and country, drops his latest jam today with "Them Girls Do."

"'Them Girls Do' gives a peek on what many of us look for in a girlfriend: a chameleon. Someone who can flip it by being proper and polite and then – bam – possess that danger gene. Think '...A little Sunday morning, a little Friday night,'" said Jones. "I wrote this song with my friends Nick Autry and Justin Ebach in Los Angeles at The Penthouse Studios. We wanted a different type of party vibe, and when those opening banjo licks get goin', you just wanna turn up. I'm not afraid of a little mischief but most of the time, it ain't me starting it, it's 'Them Girls.'"

"Them Girls Do" follows "Get Low, Get high (Part 2)," Jones' collaboration with GRAMMY Award winner Jon Batiste and Pastor Michael Todd.

Jones, a Shreveport, La. native, returns to Europe as part of the C2C Festival in London, and will perform at GoldenSky Festival in Sacramento, Cal.

Jones, 28, released his Sony debut, "Down With It" in January 2021. He also is writing and recording new music with new releases expected soon.

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Louisiana-born, Black country singer Willie Jones might best be thought of as a hybrid artist who brings a signature blend of country, pop, soul and hip-hop to the genre. He also brings that swampy element that's long been missing as we recall Jerry Reed and Tony Joe White. Nonetheless, with his major label debut, Jones seems to move in a few directions with the results being just a little too slick. There are some strong songs, but the album is uneven to a fault and not as danceable as the ...
CD review - Right Now Willie Jones is promoted as an artist blending country and hip-hop. However, that's not exactly the blend many of us usually want. It's like those that don't like their differing foods touching on their dinner plate. Each of these genres can stand up quite well on their own, thank you very much. However, even if you're not quite down for this mix and match musical approach, you may still enjoy Jones' music. Unlike many hip-hop artists, Jones, a Shreveport, La. ...

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