Friday, June 20, 2008

The Big Dog Daddy Does it Again

Toby Keith’s 35 Biggest Hits released is battling Lil Wayne in the charts this week. The greates hits album includes “She’s A Hottie.” Check the viral below:

“Hottie Yourself” Viral Video:

Singer, songwriter, entertainer and all around Big Dog Daddy Toby Keith tends to do things, well, big. And so the May 6 release of his latest hits collection tips the scales with two discs filled to bursting with smash singles. Toby Keith 35 Biggest Hits spans the multi-platinum performer's entire career, and adds a kicker.
Released on his own Show Dog Nashville label and Universal Music Enterprises, 35 Biggest Hits opens with his first No. 1 hit, 1993's "Should've Been A Cowboy," and runs all the way through his 2006 chart-topper "A Little Too Late." In between, the compilation serves up favorites including "Who's That Man" (1994), "How Do You Like Me Now ?!" (1999), “Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue (The Angry American)” (2002), “Who’s Your Daddy?” (2002), “I Love This Bar” (2003), “American Soldier” (2003) and “As Good I Once Was” (2005). Incidentally, Keith is currently filming the major motion picture "Beer For My Horses" (which is the same title as his 2002 hit that will also be included) in New Mexico.
The hits collection is punctuated by a new single, “She’s A Hottie,” that is roaring up the charts. And with the two-disc set's availability, music fans will have the chance to own some of the high points of a career that has seen more than its share. Keith has sold more than 30 million albums, he's been deluged with critical praise and peer approval in the form of awards, and he's consistently been one of the top-drawing live performers in the nation.

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