Raleigh Keegan “Drink For That” Song Review

Behind every Nashville dream, there is a village of stories. The good, the bad, and everything in between. Raleigh Keegan’s makings contain a multitude of everything. Born to a drug-addicted mother in the Columbus State Penitentiary, his beginnings were already unconventional. He channels his authenticity in all of his music and has since amassed over 7 million streams from people wanting to hear his truth. Now “Drink For That” has been added to his growing catalog.

Produced by Grammy-award winner Ryan Gore, who has credits on Old Dominion and Jon Pardi, and co-written with Matt Rogers and Eric Torrez, “Drink For That” inaugurates with an ample electric lick that welcomes Keegan’s voice, coupled with a shy dose of acoustic and soft brushes. The song’s lyrical content dives into the ideology that a drink can be paired with just about anything with the exception of heartbreak. He sings, “They don’t make a drink for that.”

Raleigh Keegan

“Drink For That” strays from contemporary country offerings and stands on its own two feet. The song marks the first of many coming for the singer + songwriter. “Drink For That” follows previously released sings “Easy on the Trigger,” “Handyman,” “Long Line of Lovers,” “Another Good Day,” “Way Back,” all co-written by the Ohio native. He has also co-written every song from his upcoming album.

Since the start of Keegan’s musical journey, he has opened up for the likes of Eric Church, Brothers Osborne, Florida Georgia Line, Thomas Rhett, Drake White, and Mitchell Tenpenny.

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