Fire't Up

Album: Fire & Brimstone (2019)
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Songfacts®:

  • Brantley Gilbert co-wrote this no-nonsense country rocker with Brandon Day and Justin Weaver. The rowdy track is aimed at those fans that enjoy getting a bit reckless on weekends.

    Country queens do your thing
    Y'all can get this small town lit
    Let's fire't up


    The song follows other party-ready singles that Gilbert has released over the years, including "Bottoms Up" and "The Weekend."
  • The music video ups the ante for the country rocker, featuring pyrotechnics, a pair of stunt motorcyclists, dance battles and a live concert. "It was a good time, man! It was a party all day long," Gilbert old CMT about the shoot. "It was an awesome experience, and that's one video shoot that I would do all over again, several times."

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