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"
"I Am"
"So Hott"

"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.


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


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

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