This week, HypeFresh talks Jimmie Allen, Country music’s new African American trailblazer. The impressive Mr. Allen boasts a very credible reputation as he arrives to his breakout season. The 64th GRAMMY Awards nominee is basking in bliss as he prepares his speech for Best New Artist. Indeed, Jimmie and Dolly Parton will go on to host the 57th GRAMMY Awards where Allen is a nominee for Male Artist of the Year. He is also a nominee of the 53rd NAACP Awards for Outstanding New Artist. He is making the noise folks are dying to hear. The breakout artist is headed for a ride of his life, on the country side.
“I’ve been in love with ‘tractors ain’t green’ since I wrote it.”
Jimmie Allen on New Amazon Documentary
Allen is setting a trend for the enjoyment of Country music for the unconventional crowd. He’s making a way so that Country music is more acceptable coming from African American artists. According to Jimmie Allen Music, the artist is currently signed with BBR Music Group’s Stoney Creek record label. He is a multi-platinum recording artist and songwriter. The artist is changing the world via Amazon in their original, For Love & Country. In addition to being a mega country music star, he’s about to take on the big screen.
Of course, there are stigmas surrounding country music and racism. Although these stigmas exist, people like Jimmie Allen break down those barriers. Decidedly, Amazon does something about it. The documentary brings on a few Black Country artists to tell their stories. To show that barriers can be broken, the original will expose those possibilities. We bow to artists like Jimmie Allen who commits his talent to breaking barriers; in other words, he’s a boss.
According to Vibe, the original is set to premiere on April 7th. Because the artists are hungry to tell their stories, those tuning in will be in for a treat. Tune in!
Be sure to stream Allen’s latest single “All Tractors Ain’t Green (Amazon Original)” and watch the single’s music video.