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Cam’s new music video “Classic”
“I seem to be looking back to the past a lot these days,” Cam says of the vibrant vid for “Classic,” as Nash Country Daily reports. “Untangling the truth from the stories in my nostalgia and my identity. You gotta know where you come from to know where you are going, right?”
She continues, “So this video is my own vintage feminine exercise. I got to dress up as Marilyn Monroe, Lucille Ball, Audrey Hepburn and dance around the bright pinks and retro vibe of the White Limozeen.”
Marren Morris’ new single “Better Than We Found It”
“I wanted to write something to address exactly how I feel right now, and this came together pretty quickly,” Morris said of the ballad. “It’s a protest song. It’s the most American thing to protest and protest songs have been so embedded in American culture: Bob Dylan, Nina Simone. I think the world right now is sort of in a perpetual mourning period and I wanted to have a song that had weight but also had hope. I still have hope for this country and for the future of it, and as a new mother I wanted to promise my son that I’m going to do everything in my power to leave this world better than the one I came into and the one I see right now.”
Lindsay Ell’s new music video “wAnt me back”
“For this music video we based the narrative on the story of Sonny and Cher, where I’m previously in a duo called “Eddie and Ell,” until I ultimately decide that I want to emerge as a solo artist. The video captures the story line in which my whole persona changes from an unconfident, held-back woman, to then realizing my own self-power and stepping into it,” Ell explained to CMT.
Chrissy Metz’s new music video “Talking To God”
“The song is so special to me,” explains Chrissy. “The first time I heard it, I was like ‘Oh, this is me.’ I wish I would have written the song, but I surely have lived it because we all know what it’s like to make decisions we regret or think about people who are no longer in our lives.”
Chase Martin’s new music video “Levi Denim”
TV star and beauty entrepreneur Savannah Chrisley has teamed up with rising singer/songwriter Chase Martin to star in the official music video for the singer’s sassy debut single, “Levi Denim.” Filmed in Nashville and directed by Dustin Haney, the exciting clip shows Savannah getting ready for a night out as Chase performs in a denim draped room.
Chase has been compared to artists like Carrie Underwood and Taylor Swift, thanks to her powerhouse pop and blues tinged country voice, humble attitude and an innate ability to connect her music and lyrics with a younger generation thirsty for a new country superstar. Through the years, she has played alongside artists such as Kelsea Ballerini and Morgan Wallen, sang on the stages of venues such as The Bluebird Café and The Listening Room and written with songwriting giants Jimmy Robbins, Rebecca Lynn Howard, Rascal Flatts’ Joe Don Rooney and more.
Tiffany Woys’ new single “Do Ya”
“Sometimes, you just have to take a chance for love. Why risk letting in the best part of your life by not trying at all? That’s what “Do Ya” is all about,” says Woys. “Being a girl who wears her heart on her sleeve and loves being in love, I always encourage everyone I meet to fight for love, even if it seems out of reach. Just go for it. It’s better to have loved and lost than to have never loved at all. Love is the greatest feeling in the world! I hope you all love this song as much as I do!”