By Zachary Neel
Trey Quinn doesn’t like your taste in music. That’s not to say he doesn’t like you, but it’s the stuff that kids are listening to nowadays that gets under his skin.
In a ride-around interview with Gabe Henderson, the 256th pick in the 2018 NFL Draft — better known as Mr. Irrelevant — voiced his displeasure with the new wave of county music that has taken over the radio waves.
Henderson asked Quinn a simple question: “If you could make anything in the world that’s irrelevant, relevant, what would it be?”
“I think country music needs to be more relevant, but like, old country music, not like the new poppy kind,” said Quinn.
Give us an example, what about ‘Old Town Road?’
“I hate Old Town Road,” said Quinn. “They put that on Billboard, like as a country song and that pissed me off.”
It’s no surprise, Quinn did grow up in Baton Rouge and has country in his roots. In the interview he said his teammates would describe him as ‘annoying and quirky,’ but we can just say that he knows what he likes, and knows for sure what he...