It’s been nearly 10 years since Kip Moore released his debut album, Up All Night. The 11-track project was a solid introduction to the Georgia native’s distinctive brand of country music and storytelling. Although he’s gone on to release three additional albums, plus a number of hit singles, since then, there’s one track on Up All Night that Moore couldn’t seem to move on from: “Crazy One More Time.”
The song, co-written by Moore alongside Chris Lindsey and Aimee Mayo, has become a fan-favorite over the course of the past decade and is one of the most requested tracks at his live shows. So, when it came time to release a new radio single, Moore decided to give “Crazy One More Time” a bit of an update and finally release it to country radio after all these years.
“The initial idea for ‘Crazy One More Time’ came about after running into someone that I hadn’t seen in years, and someone that I had a lot of history with,” Moore shared in a statement. “That’s kind of how I feel about this song right now, there is a history there, but now it has this new life sonically since we went back in the studio and recut it.”
The superstar credits his fans for keeping the excitement over “Crazy One More Time” alive.
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“This song has evolved over the years thanks to the fans. When we play it at shows the fans sing it as loud as my biggest songs, and if I don’t play it it’s the one that I get requested to play the most,” he went on to say. “I’m excited to go on this journey with this track at country radio.”
“Crazy One More Time” (Revisited) is at country radio now and is expected to appear on Moore’s forthcoming fifth studio album.