Brett Eldredge and Thomas Rhett Perform A Medley of Covers from Country to Hip Hop

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No one has ever accused Thomas Rhett of being too out of touch to cross over into other musical genres…

…But hip hop?

Thomas Rhett is a specialty being in country music – he’s a very polarizing artist. Rhett is one of those artists that country fans either hate with a passion or love fiercely.  There truly seems to be no in-between. Those who are against Rhett accuse him of being more pop and less country. Those who are for Rhett feel he is a cross-over artist who is widening the reach of country music. There seems to be no gray area in the country music fan genre when it comes to him.

This clip is going to rustle both the Pro Rhett and Anti Rhett camps.

This live medley, performed in November with Brett Eldredge, is eight minutes of covers ranging from Kanye (via Ray Charles), to Brooks and Dunn, to that mind numbingly invasive Silento “Watch Me” song.

So, which camp are you in? Is Rhett merely an ambassador of the genre, or a detractor of it?

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