The Burnin' It Down star was discussing the struggles faced by new artists in the modern age with the Washington Post, when he urged up-and-comers to find a way to distinguish their vocals from others - because he claims so many singers, particularly those of the fairer sex, sound too similar.

He says, "It's just a different experience these days in music.

"I feel like a lot of times female singers, to me, when they're singing - and I'll probably kick myself for saying this - a lot of times, it just seems like I can't distinguish one from the other sometimes if I just listen to them, you know?"

Aldean insists country women need to take notes from superstars like Carrie Underwood and Miranda Lambert, who have managed to stand out among the crowd with their unique vocal styles.

He adds, "It's like, you already don't know who this person is. So what is going to make you remember them?"