Keepin' It Real

Album: The Distance (2009)
  • Hicks explained to the Birmingham News: "That's my tongue-in-cheek reference to pop culture. I got my ideas for it when I went to a local magazine stand."
  • Blues singer-songwriter Delbert McClinton has a co-writing credit on this song.
  • This song features Hicks playing harmonica.
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