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Robert Ritchie, better known as Kid Rock is one unique musician. He can fit into both rap and rock ‘n’ roll genres and has quite an impressive vocal range. Rock has made musical history and headlines with his no boundaries style and carefree lifestyle.
Rock started out in the industry with his rock, rap style that was overly aggressive and filled with high energy. Since his debut with singles like “Cowboy” and “American Bad Ass” Rock has transitioned into a more rock, blues, country vocal style. He is a five-time Grammy Award nominee and has sold 25 million albums in the United States alone.
Rock made headlines when he announced in 2013 that he would lower all of the ticket prices and items at his concerts for his latest tour. Rock has always been public about wanting to get all of his fans to the shows without breaking the bank.
From “Roll On” to “Picture” these songs have become a staple in the mainstream music industry. The ‘America’s Bad Ass’ singer turned 43 yesterday and in honor of his birthday, TheCelebrityCafe.com is counting down the top ten Kid Rock singles.