The biggest story of Wheeler Walker Jr.'s (alter ego of comic Ben Hoffman) second album Ol' Wheeler is that everyone thought his 2016 coming out party Redneck Shit (which debuted at #9 on the Billboard Country Albums chart and #1 on the Billboard Comedy Albums chart) was a one-note joke. But Ol' Wheeler somehow manages to be even better than its predecessor. With more complex instrumentation – producer Dave Cobb (Sturgill Simpson, Chris Stapleton, Jason Isbell) and the same backing band of session men from Redneck Shit are behind the new album – and more serious themes about life on the road and the expectations from being Nashville's enemy number one, Wheeler has turned his life into filthy art. And as stores and websites across the globe boycott the record, it only makes Wheeler bigger. He's bringing a hip-hop attitude to country music. One of his friends even referred to him as "Kanye Twitty." So sure, go ahead and ignore him. But it will only makes Wheeler – and his growing army of fans – even stronger.