Jason Aldean just topped the charts for the 24th time with "Got What I Got" and he's immediately following it up with this week's release of "Blame It On You" to country radio. Described as a "power ballad," the song reflects on "the difficulty in saying goodbye."
Jason said, “When I hear songs like ‘Blame It On You’ that have more of a pop side but are still killer . . . I always want to see what we can do with it. The demo had this really cool auto-tune in the background that I immediately knew we needed to leave in there. We ended up cranking it up and now it almost sounds like there’s another singer on the song. It’s just really cool. I’ve always said that just because it’s a slower song, it doesn’t mean that it can’t be edgy. You can still have some attitude to it.”
"Blame It On You" was written by Jason's bandmates Kurt Allison and Tully Kennedy alongside John Edwards, Michael Tyler and Brian White.