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Kameron Marlowe 'We Were Cowboys' Album Review

Kameron Marlowe's debut album We Were Cowboys has finally arrived. After a whirlwind year of touring with Morgan Wallen, releasing new music, and gaining traction on social media, the rising star is ready to show fans what he is made of.

The 16-track project includes "Giving You Up" which became his breakout song. "Burn 'Em All" also racked up views and streams. It was the song "Steady Heart," however, that proved the singer displays true depth in his music. He sings hard-hitting lines, "When we come together we're the best of who we are / My stubborn mind, and her steady heart."

"Country Boy's Prayer"also stands out. Marlowe sings about all of the important things he hopes to have, and what so many country boys like him desire. With its relaxed tempo, his voice and style shine. He continues to sing about his small-town experiences with "This Old Town." It's about the appreciation he has for where he grew up, something many can relate to. "This old town and barbed wire fences, gets you no where fast, if you don't listen."