This song isn't the song to save country music. Saying that this song is a true country song wouldn't be an accurate statement, and I'm sure that Ell's team wasn't trying to put out a true country song with this release, because that wouldn't get Ell a radio hit. But radio appeal is not the best way to judge a song. There are too many songs being released by artists that are released for radio, not released because it's a great song. "All Alright" is a fun pop-country jam. But it also will never be an incredible song. At this point, artists have to chose what they want to be remembered for: songs that are incredible, or for songs tailored to radio trends, which will most likely be out of style in a year. There's no argument over whether Ell has talent. But what she chooses to do with that talent will determine her success.
Overall rating: 3 ½ crowns