Dustin Lynch Is Frustrated His “Small Town Boy” Didn’t Get Any ACM Nominations and He’s Not Afraid to Tell Fans About It

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Dustin Lynch‘s story is far from being completely finished, but after not receiving any ACM Awards nominations for his No.1 hit, “Small Town Boy,” he’s definitely got a few questions.

After relaunching all of his social media accounts to give fans more of an inside look at his life, Lynch is holding to that promise, even when things are super disappointing to him.

Lynch filmed his reactions to the 53rd Annual ACM Awards nominations and didn’t hold back, “Here we go! Well, we successfully didn’t get nominated again. Career-changing song… I don’t get it. What am I missing, you know? It just sucks. We’re playing with one, maybe two hands behind our back. I don’t get it… bummer man. Worked freakin’ hard for this… sucks.”

Lynch was upset that after four weeks at No. 1 and going Platinum, his “Small Town Boy” single received no nominations. The song was also Lynch’s fifth consecutive No. 1. “Small Town Boy” was nominated for Country Song of the Year at the iHeartRadio Music Awards, but it’s definitely not the same thing.

“Small Town Boy” was beat out by “Better Man,” “Body Like A Back Road,” “Drinkin’ Problem,” “Broken Halos,” and “I’ll Name The Dogs.”

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