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True to his Outlaw nature, Toby Keith took a stranger’s insult and turned it into what will surely be a multi-platinum album title. In the latest issue of Country Weekly—on stands today—Toby says the title of White Trash With Money came from a woman who used that term disparagingly when referring to his daughter, Krystal. “I’ve always been able to take adversity and turn it into gold,” Toby tells Country Weekly. “So...I took the ‘white trash’ comment as a sign that I was supposed to use it. There’s no song on the album named that or no lyric like it on the album.”

Toby's newest single, don't forget to request it at your local radio station.

Toby Keith's first album for his own record label will be titled White Trash With Money. "Get Drunk and Be Somebody," an anthem that serves as the project's initial single, will be delivered to country radio stations on Tuesday (Dec. 13).Keith launched his record company, Show Dog Nashville, in September following stints on the Polydor, Mercury and DreamWorks labels.White Trash With Money will be released in spring 2006. His Big Throwdown tour kicks off Jan. 20 in Portland, Ore. Toby Keith has set an April 11 release date for White Trash With Money, the first album on his Show Dog Nashville record label. The album includes 12 songs written or co-written by Keith and three bonus songs he usually only performs for friends aboard his tour bus."It's an honest effort and I'm real proud of it," Keith says of the album. "As long as I can continue making music the way I do, I couldn't be happier.I've accomplished everything else." In related news, his album Greatest Hits 2 was certified triple platinum this week for shipments of 3 million copies.

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Show Dog, Big Machine Labels End Partnership

Toby Keith's Show Dog Records and Scott Borchetta's Big Machine Records have ended their partnership after just six months.Keith still owns a financial stake in Big Machine, but otherwise the partnership is over, according to Billboard magazine. With both labels signing several newcomers they wanted to introduce, Keith and Borchetta cited the increasing number of releases from new artists as a reason for the split. Show Dog's first album, Keith's White Trash With Money, will be released April 11. So far, Big Machine has released only one album, Jack Ingram's Live, Wherever You Are.