Party Up

Album: Ready Set Roll (2013)

Songfacts®:

  • This is a song from the Country music singer and songwriter Chase Rice's Ready Set Roll EP. It was his first release after co-writing Florida Georgia Line's smash hit "Cruise," which brought him widespread acclaim in the Nashville songwriting scene.
  • Rice recalled to Billboard magazine: "We were going through the chorus, and trying to find something that hadn't been said before. I just threw out the line 'Kill Another Six Pack Just To Watch It Die." I had never heard that before. I just threw it out there, but it winds up being one of my favorite lines on the album. Finding lines like that is the first step in taking to the next level."

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