County music singer Brantley Gilbert has been known for his "rough around the edges" exterior, in addition to his tough boy image. However, it seems that the country bad ass simply wants to be loved and appreciated for who he is, as he profoundly portrayed in his song "Outlaw In Me".
Performing at the Honda Center in Los Angeles, Gilbert gave an incredible performance as he sang the rough and tough love song, expressing his desire for a woman who understands "every flaw, my rebel art, every tattoo, every scar." His deep, raspy voice permeated the crowd as he boldly sang, "My baby don't try to change me. Cuz she knows, this is the way that God made me."
Like most men, Gilbert simply wants a woman that will respect him for his actions and likes rather than trying to shape him into what she personally wants him to be. Essentially, she needs to be in love with the outlaw in him!
The song will be featured in this crooner's newest album, The Devil Don't Sleep, set for release on January 27. The album is intended to kick off a new chapter in Gilbert's life and career, as he previously revealed in a former press release , "Even though it’s my life, even though some of what I write about is very specific to what happens to me, I think the challenges, the places where we figure things out are all the same — no matter what we’re facing, realizations all mean the same things."
We absolutely love this side of Gilbert! Check out his performance below!
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