Struggle is getting ready to release his new single “Alligator Boots” ft. Yelawolf releasing November 25th.
“Alligator Boots” is the second single from Struggle’s upcoming new album, Monte Carlo (ONErpm Music). This is the only heavy rap song on the album, the rest of the full-length leans heavily on his country upbringing.
Long-time friend, collaborator, and supporter, Yelawolf is a featured guest on the song. Struggle Is on tour for the remainder of the year playing sold-out shows across the Midwest. He will also be a guest at Jelly Rolls’ssold-out headline show in Nashville TN at The Bridgestone Arena.
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About Struggle Jennings
The grandson of Waylon Jennings and Jessie Colter has been nothing short of a true Outlaw from a long line of gangsters, outlaws, and rockstars, making his family lineage proud. An RIAA Certified Gold-selling artist for his collab with Jelly Roll on Fall In The Fall, and #1 Billboard Charting artist for “God We Need You Now”.
Struggle has revolutionized a new style of music, blending Country and rap influences and making ground-breaking country rap styles. Contrary to his family’s upbringing, Struggle and his single mom grew up in low-income housing, and being the black sheep of the family, he fought through the streets of West Nashville and into the studio where he would create the foundation for what has become his contribution to the Jennings family legacy.
Struggle’s message of strength, determination, and courage in the face of adversity continue to connect and resonate with people around- the -world.
By sharing his story with honesty and passion he has developed a large and loyal fanbase who relate not only to his music but also to his journey. Since being released from prison in 2016, where he served a five-year drug-related sentence, Struggle has performed for sold-out crowds across the country and released multiple projects. He is finally poised to secure his position as the Godfather of the burgeoning Outlaw Hip Hop Rock & Roll