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Jason Aldean talks release of 11th studio album, controversy over ‘Try That In A Small Town’

Country music star Jason Aldean joined “FOX & Friends” exclusively to discuss the release of his upcoming album “Highway Desperado” and the controversy around the hit song “Try That In A Small Town.”

The 11th studio album comes out Nov. 3 and features songs like “Try That In A Small Town,” “Tough Crowd,” and “Let Your Boys Be Country.”

“[That] has never happened on that chart before. So, you know, and I think those are things like you can’t plan for, you know. This was a song we put out. I had no idea. I thought the song was cool and something that, you know, I thought my fans would get. They would like the song and understand what I was trying to say,” he said. “And I didn’t expect, you know, things to blow up like they did in the video. And this thing [to] all of a sudden just take off like it did. That was kind of unexpected.”

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