Willie Jones is content with his music.
Ahead of his debut album Right Now, the singer decided to release a two-minute clip where he addresses all those critics who say that his music is not country.
"To the critics who say that my music isn't country music, I say 'I don't give a damn,'" he said.
"To live with the Right Now state of mind is to just be present and be thankful for the moment," he said. "I named the album Right Now because I just wanted the statement of just being grounded. This moment is all we had. Can't go forward, can't jump back, just gotta be right here and that's what I try to maintain."
"They are rockstars in their own right. If you're getting put up against bulls and horses, you have to love that," he said. "And I love what I do and I like to have a good time doing it."
"You have to be brave to do something that's never been done. I go hard and cowboys and cowgirls go hard. And I am a cowboy, what you talking about," he said.