Chuck Adams Shows His Range on Shotgun EP



We’re kicking July’s inspiration off with country artist Chuck Adams, once known as R&B star Range. Today Chuck Adams released a 4 track EP called Shotgun and it shows his development since transitioning genres. We got an early look at Shotgun so we can tell you why you should click the play button above!

We have an awesome interview with Chuck Adams next week so today we’re just going to focus on his new EP, Shotgun. The EP’s tracks are Shotgun, To The Moon and Back, A Thousand Tomorrows, and Waiting For You. All four songs are dope but my favorite is To The Moon and Back, which is a dedication to a loved one from him as a musician. He describes that although he can be tempted, that’s as far as it’ll ever go because he loves her to the moon and back. It’s quite romantic actually. You can hear that and the rest of the songs on Shotgun by clicking play below – it’s worth it!

I think what makes Chuck Adams special in country music isn’t the fact that he has an R&B past or the color of his skin (none of that matters) – it’s the versatility in his voice. He doesn’t sound like a typical country artist. He doesn’t have a country twang, but what he does have is a passionate performance that sounds so smooth over an acoustic guitar. It makes him special and I think country gained a big star to come – Shotgun proves that!

Tell me what you think of Chuck Adam’s EP, Shotgun, below and don’t forget to check back next week for our exclusive interview with the man himself!

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