Posted by : KPopRanter June 27, 2013


After the little incident at the Palms Memorial Day Pool Party, Queens everywhere were looking for T-ara N4 for redeem themselves, now, finding hope with the producer of the remix cr.KNOTCH was caught posting on Instagram, and writing: 
Just finished mixing t-ara N4 "Countryside Life" remix feat @ChrisBrown produced by me !!!! Get ready for release soon!!!!! Everytimeyouhearmymusic



 From what I can hear so far, added to the song is an American version of the JYP whisper:

Every time you hear my music

Followed by the extremely tasteless rap:

Put dat ass on the floor,  I don't think you know what you're really in fo'.  Bottle after bottle with a million ho's,  Do a million shows with T-ara N4. 

To be honest, I was going to say something but I don't really think I have to, this allkpop commenter already saying everything I wanted to say in a nutshell:



What do you think of the T-ara N4 Countryside Life KNOTCH remix with Chris Brown? Are you drinking that "countryside lemonade" and are excited for it or are you dreadful of it? Comment below!



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  1. yellowslugreviewsJune 28, 2013 at 11:46 PM

    This is the utter hilarious train wreck that is so beyond my wildest dreams.

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  2. I don't even see how the rap is supposed to match the song. His rapping sucks anyway.

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  3. I think it's "bottle after bottle with a million ho's".

    If CCM goes any further with this "American advancement", it will be the final nail in T-ara's coffin.

    However, it does seem like they have finally come to their senses. They didn't go to the BET Awards like they were supposed to. I believe they are going to try to quietly put this Chris Brown thing behind them.

    I believe this "KNOTCH" guy is just some small-time producer that is putting this stuff out there on his own with the hope that the collaboration is still on. I don't think it is.

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  4. Phoenix VillegasJuly 22, 2013 at 8:52 AM

    He should just release it as just a remix w/o his rap. Because w/o the rap, it is not that bad.

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  5. Exactly! The remix would've been audible without his rap.

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