Zac Brown will re-release his solo album, "The Controversy," this spring.
Photo: Andy Sapp
Photo: Andy Sapp

Zac Brown releases new solo video for ‘Dream Sellin’’

Zac Brown will re-release his solo album, “The Controversy,” later this spring. But for now, the leader of the Zac Brown Band has debuted the video for “Dream Sellin’.” (Watch below.)

The song features producers/singers Poo Bear and Sasha Sirota and takes Brown in a dance-driven direction.  

“Dream Sellin’ is when someone sells a reality that’s less than real. This song is a reminder to everyone; don’t let people dreamsell you and don’t DS yourself,” Brown said in a statement. “Especially now, in this time of uncertainty, don’t let misinformation get the best of you. Look out for yourself and your loved ones.” 

The re-released version of “The Controversy” features additional remixed tracks not on the original 2019 release. In addition to Sirota and Poo Bear, Brown worked with Skrillex, Benny Blanco, Max Martin and others. As well, members of the Zac Brown Band contributed to several tracks on the album.

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Melissa Ruggieri
Melissa Ruggieri
Atlanta Journal-Constitution staff writer Melissa Ruggieri covers music and entertainment news for the AJC. She remembers when MTV was awesome.  
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