A pop song that was destined to be a country song just became one — thanks to Eli Young Band Sanford Myers/Invision/AP

Be honest.

The first time you heard the summer pop hit “Honey, I’m Good,” you could imagine the day you heard it on country radio.

Well, your day has come.

Pop sensation Andy Grammer recently teamed up with Eli Young Band to create a countrified version of the massive hit that you must now drop everything and take a good, hard listen to.

Ok, what do you think?

We think it’s good…really good.

“This is a great country song,” Eli Young Band front man Mike Eli said in a recent press release of the song, whose pop version has already garnered over 45 million YouTube vides and 40 millions streams on Spotify. “We fell in love with it before Andy (Grammer) ever asked us to be part of this release. Andy (Grammer) is an incredible singer and one heck of a songwriter so we couldn’t be happier to help expand upon what he’s already accomplished. We can’t wait for everyone to hear the new version.”

“I always felt this song was Country at its core,” Grammer added in the same press release.Being in the studio with the Eli Young Band, I finally got to hear it come home.”

Tricia Despres is a senior correspondent for Rare Country, based out of Chicago. Join the conversation on Twitter at @RareCountry. We would love to see y’all there.
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