But the real problem is that Georgia defines herself as a country singer. The only things remotely country in this song are her accented vocals, and the over-edited mandolin throughout the track. But that does not make the song country. The track "Four Five Seconds" from Rihanna, Kanye West and Paul McCaurtney had acoustic guitar and some country influences in it, but that does not make it country. There are way too many artists that should be pop stars who are passing themselves off as country, and Georgia should not want to be one of them.
But Haley Georgia does have potential. But first she has to choose whether she wants to be a hip hop influenced pop singer, or whether she wants to go full country and stop using over processed instrumentals and go more raw and acoustic. She would do well with either one of those, but this pop-rap music she is calling country is not good at all.
Despite all the ups and downs of this track, one thing's for sure: you'd be ridiculous to call Haley Georgia country.