Chris Stapleton Delivers Jaw Dropping Cover Of James Brown’s “It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s World”

There ain’t nothing Chris Stapleton can’t sing.

Arguably the best vocalist in country music, you’d be hard pressed to find anyone that can hang with him whether it’s country, rock, blues, soul, and even Gospel… the man is just gifted beyond compare.

And everybody in the music business knows it.

In the past handful of years, we’ve seen Chris featured on collaborations with Adele, Taylor Swift, Justin Timberlake, Tom Morello, Carlos Santana, Pink, Mike Campbell’s band The Dirty Knobs, the Metallica cover album, and more.

But today, we’re taking it back to a few years ago when Chris hopped on stage with the Atlanta, Georgia, based band The Shadowboxers for a cover of James Brown’s “It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World.”

Written by James Brown and Betty Jean Newsome, it was first released in 1966, topping the Billboard R&B chart later that year.

And you weren’t sure that Chris was absolutely murdering it, just look at the faces of the rest of the band… just in awe.

And who could forget the original from the Godfather of Soul, himself:

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock