George Strait is one country musician that we will never ever ever be forgotten, he laid out the blueprint of how most country musicians write their music nowadays.
With an impressive catalog that has seen him have over 40 over the years, Strait is more of an icon and legend of Country music and his music is absolutely timeless.
The ‘Love Without End, Amen’ song was George Herbert Walker Bush’s favorite song of all time, the late 41st U.S. President told George Strait personally that the song was actually one of his favorite song.
George Strait even got to hang out with the President at Camp David after he was invited over for a weekend getaway with his family.
It’s believed that the ‘I Cross My Heart’ and ‘Carrying Your Love With Me’ hitmaker even impressed hip hop giant, Drake who used his line; ‘I’m Here for a good time, not a long time’ on Big Sean’s hit song ‘Blessings’ together with Kanye West where Drake sings the hook of the song.
See, George Strait inspires everyone, including fellow artistes cutting across all genres and he has always been consistent for decades.
George Strait has over 40 Billboard numbers on singles to his name having won numerous awards worth mentioning and still continues to write and perform music to this day, he has managed and maintained being as prolific as he was a couple of years ago.
If George Strait is not a living legend amongst us thanks to his country music songs, then I might as well not know my right hand from left.
Thanks to a well-curated playlist by Apple Music, you can finally get to listen to the top songs ever performed by the legendary George Strait, ranging from ‘Give It Away’, ‘It Ain’t Cool To Be Crazy About You’, ‘Blue Clear Sky’, ‘Let’s Fall To Pieces Together’, ‘I Can Still Make Cheyenne’, ‘The Cowboy Rides Away’, and of course ‘Here For A Good Time’, being a part of the curated Essentials.
This playlist is sure bound to make your day especially when you start your day by listening to the living legend himself.
Listen to George Strait’s Essentials on Apple Music below, thank me later.