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Things you should know about Frankie Ballard’s latest hit single “Young & Crazy”

Michigan native Frankie Ballard is turning heads everywhere he goes and with his latest hit single he has become the talk of the industry. The talented country music star recently scored his third number one hit on the Billboard charts, which is clearly a remarkable achievement for a newcomer. Here’s what he had to say about that success.

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It also gives us the opportunity to explore the hit “Young & Crazy” in more detail so presented below are some more facts about the track.

·         The new single is the third straight number one on the Country Airplay chart for the emerging singer-songwriter. “Helluva Life” and “Sunshine & Whiskey” have previously topped the charts in 2014 making Ballard the first artist to score two number ones on the charts that year.  

·         “Young & Crazy” was released in January 2015 and features on Ballard’s sophomore album Sunshine and Whiskey. The single was co-written by Rhett Atkins, Shane Mcanally and Ashley Gorley.

·         The country anthem is a celebration of youthful exuberance and has received praise for Ballard’s vocal performance and its optimistic lyrics.

·         The song has sold over one and a half million copies as of August 2015 and its sales tally is expected to continue to rise as Frankie performs it live on Florida Georgia Line’s Anything Goes Tour this fall. Judging by the success of the single on the Billboard charts, Frankie Ballard Atlanta tickets are likely to attract thousands of country music fans.  

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