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By now, country fans are aware that Jason Aldean's talents stretch beyond singing, entertaining and playing guitar. As evidenced by the vocals on his No. 1 song "Dirt Road Anthem," this Georgia native can lay down some serious rhymes, too.
Jason says preparing to rap lines such as I sit back and think about them good ol' days / The way we were raised and our Southern ways took a bit of work. "I'm a fast learner," Jason told the  Orlando Sentinel . "I put the demo in and rode around with it in my truck for a couple of weeks. I told people, 'I'm from Georgia and we talk slow down there.' So it took a little practice, but it wasn't that bad."
Though the tune was a smash success and even led to a few collaborative performances with rapper Ludacris, don't expect Jason to try to repeat the formula. "You're not going to have a rap-style song on every record and that may even be a one-time deal," he says. "There won't always be a duet with Kelly Clarkson [such as the No. 1 hit "Don't You Wanna Stay"], but there will be some sort of thing like that to change it up, keep it interesting."
Jason says a new single should be out in the summer, followed by the fall release of his fifth album, the follow-up to the Grammy-nominated Dirt Road Anthem.