Jake Owen Goes For the Mullet
The latest hairstyle of Jake Owen is quite a feat for the singer. In recent years, Owen has cultivated a fan base that’s largely devoted to his beachy tresses and long, flowing locks. Fans have been eager to see what Owen’s next ‘do will be and have been urging the star to go for the mullet. Luckily, Owen is not one to disappoint and showed us that there is a way to do it in style.
Owen’s new ‘do is significantly shorter than anything he’s ever done before. It’s certainly the most visible hair transformation he’s made in the past. He also took to Twitter to tease fans with a pic of a barbershop floor. Although fans weren’t exactly thrilled with the look, they gave Owen a resounding thumbs up for the decision.
The short bob is just one of the many changes he’s made to his looks in the last few months. In November, he signed a record deal with Big Loud Records. Owen is reuniting with Big Loud co-founder Joey Moi, who produced his breakthrough album Barefoot Blue Jean Night. While he’s reportedly not interested in releasing a new LP just yet, he’s already got his sights set on another. Hopefully, we’ll get to hear his latest tunes before the year is out.
One of the most notable changes is the color of Owen’s hair. Before, his tresses were a rich, brown shade. Now, his follicles are a darker black hue. Not only is his hair clean, but it’s also a lot less maintenance. So much so that it can be done while he’s out playing golf. This is a sign of a healthy, happy and healthy minded Owen.
On a similar note, the “Barefoot Blue Jean Night” triumvirate of a video, the aforementioned album, and the accompanying track, “Barefoot Blue Jean Men,” are all about the hair. Aside from the name, the video isn’t particularly groundbreaking. However, the title track is an impressive demonstration of how far Owen has come as a performer. If you’re into country music, it’s hard to deny that Owen is one of the top acts on the circuit. Having spent the last couple of years touring the country and recording for other artists, he’s ready to take on the music world again.
Despite the new ‘do, the singer is still very much in the limelight. He has a young daughter, Paris, who’s only a year old. When he’s not performing, he’s busy putting together a tour and writing his next LP. Somehow, he manages to balance the demands of family and career. But as a philanthropist, he always finds time to give back to those in need. That’s a nice guy.
The “Barefoot Blue Jean Men” is a big leap for Owen, and it is a step forward in his long, storied career. With the addition of a new label and a new sex, he may finally be able to make his mark on the industry.