Let’s go back to the time Kacey Musgraves released her song “Biscuits.” Sounds delicious right? Well, this ain’t about food, it is about life and letting go of people’s opinion about you. Kacey Musgraves did it again with this song of hers. Read further to find out why Kacey Musgraves “Biscuits” is worth listening to.
“Biscuits” Chart Performance and Awards
“Biscuits” is a single from Kacey’s second album Pageant Material. The song together with the album was released in 2015. “Biscuits” is written by the trio, who wrote Kacey’s song “Follow Your Arrow,” Shane McAnally, Brandy Clark and Kacey Musgraves. The song entered the Billboard Country Chart and placed at the 28th spot. In addition, it landed on the 41st position on the Country Airplay. Besides entering the Canadian and US Billboard chart, “Biscuits” was nominated in three different award shows. “Biscuits” was nominated for CMA Video of the Year in 2015. Moreover, the song was nominated for ACM Video of the Year and CMT Female Video of the Year in 2016.
The Meaning of the Song
Like most songs of Kacey that was written with pure honesty and can be easily understood by many, “Biscuits” do not differ from them. The song is about living your life the way you wanted it to be and not minding what people are doing. Furthermore, it is about focusing more of your time to yourself instead of talking about others. Kacey’s song has a strong message that can be applicable to our current life because most people mind others’ life instead of just taking the effort to focus on their life.
Making of “Biscuits”
The idea of the song just happened when they were busy writing “Follow Your Arrow.” A video was taken when Brandy said,
“How about mind your own biscuits?”
And McAnally adding the words,
“And life will be gravy.”
Eventually, they turned these words into an amazing song.
Watch Kacey Musgraves as she sings “Biscuits.”
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