I Am (Kid Rock song)

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"I Am"
Single by Kid Rock
from the album Kid Rock
Released 2004
Recorded Allen Roadhouse
Genre Country rock
Length 4:34 (single version)
5:02 (album version)
Label Atlantic
Writer(s) RJ Ritchie, Arthur Penhallow Jr., C. Wojcik, Huck Johns
Producer(s) Kid Rock
Kid Rock singles chronology
"Jackson, Mississippi"
(2004)
"I Am"
(2004)
"So Hott"
(2007)

"I Am" is a song from Kid Rock's self-titled release Kid Rock. It was the fourth single from the album and with no music video it peaked at #28 on the Mainstream Rock charts.

Content[edit]

The song is about how he is anti-Hollywood and that he's not a fake. The song is very similar to Lynyrd Skynyrd's "All I Can Do Is Write About It".[according to whom?] It was co-written by Arthur Penhallow Jr, C. Wojcik, and a local artist from Detroit, Michigan, Huck Johns.

Current lead guitarist Marlon Young appeared on the song. He would become Kid Rock's full-time replacement for Kenny Olson on lead guitar in 2008. He plays electric guitar on the song.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "I Am" (Radio Edit) - 4:32
  2. "I Am" (Album version) - 5:02

Charts[edit]

Chart (2004) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks 28

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