We have the ‘90s to thank for a lot of pop culture phenomena, but one of the biggest to come from music was the country crossover artist. Garth Brooks set the bar and opened the doors for everyone from Shania to Taylor to Florida Georgia Line to take their foundation of country music and build up from there with inspiration from everything from pop to hip hop to even R&B. The latter being the case when it comes to “Let Me In, My Lady” by Phillip Good.
R&B and country music have a lot in common, they both come from the heart and romance is top three when it comes to subject matter. So it’s shocking that more crossover artists like Phillip Good don’t exist, but until more people catch the wave of the wonders that happen when you match the soulful ways of R&B with the heart of a country boy – Phillip Good stands in a pretty small pond alongside good company like Sam Hunt.
Like Sam Hunt, Phillip Good knows all too well how to deliver a song with a more sultry undertone while still displaying that good ol’ country spirit. “Let Me In, My Lady” has a great balance of southern charm and soul. A winning combination if you ask me, and one that will make this a fan favorite.
Those who appreciate a little something extra with their country tunes can check out “Let Me In, My Lady,” available now on all major music and streaming pl
Written by Kendra Beltran