Arkansas native Charlie Farley has had great success in the hick-hop community. Just a good ol’ boy with rhymes that touch your soul, Farley is one of the fastest rising stars on the Average Joe Entertainment roster.
“Where I’m From” was written by Farley, Jared Sciullo, and Renee Myers. It’s not the typical outlandish party theme song you’d expect from Farley. It’s a slowed down ode to his hometown. It’s lyrically profound to the country life.
“Those railroad tracks run past my granny’s house and every Sunday evening while we are eating it’ll come around blowing that horn”
This a prime example that Farley creates the songs and lives them.
A corn-fed rapper that prides himself on being authentic, Farley delivers a down-home track for all country folks to enjoy. It’s a memorable track with depth and meaning. Farley, who walks the dirt road the Lord has blessed, is just a simple man trying to make simple music for all the blue collar music lovers. One of the hardest working men you’ll encounter, Farley has a knack for making special music. His music portrays truthful stories that most of us can relate to.
“Where I’m From” is a solid track filled with descriptive lyrics and pleasing vocals. It’s a beautiful track from start to finish. Go listen for yourself.