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Shania Twain’s new single “Giddy Up!”

“The saying ‘Let’s Go Girls!’ is such a wonderfully uplifting sentiment now, but it’s just something I said during the recording in the studio and I guess that’s the same for “Giddy Up!’” Twain explained in a press release. “These lines come to me when I’m thinking about how to put a little ‘pep in my step.’ I want people to feel good when they hear the new album. I want to set a celebratory tone and ‘Giddy Up!’ is a way to call to the audience and say ‘let’s get ready for some fun!’”

Elle King’s new single “Tulsa”

“Tulsa is a song about doing someone wrong,” King explained of the tune. “This is not about tearing women down but it’s about putting the blame on the wrongdoer. If a man is cheating on you, it’s not her fault because there are a million other girls he would do it with. And he’ll just cheat on her too. It’s a song about uniting and not taking shit from this real P.O.S.”

Kasey Tyndall and Dylan Marlowe‘s new single “Place For Me

“If rednecks got a place up in Heaven/ My first Chevy’s waitin’ on me/ And I can see it right now, best seat in the house/ Is a deer stand up a pine tree/ If the Sunday crowd gets a little too loud/ And granddaddy’s there you best believe/ That if rednecks got a place up in Heaven/ Then there’s a place for me, a place for me,” the two country risers harmonize in the chorus of the hopeful, smooth ballad.

Amanda Kate Ferris’s new single “Tequila and Jesus”

Said Amanda of the song, “For the last few years I guess you could say I’ve been living somewhere between “tequila and Jesus”. Playing shows in bars and clubs and then coming home and spending time with my family. My quiet time with my horses and family is where I find Jesus these days. I enjoy time by the fire with good friends and a cocktail. Take a minute to remember what really matters and that’s those around you, your friends, your family, your animals, and your faith.”

Melissa Endean’s new single “When I Get To Heaven”

Melissa wrote this track for her grandparents after her grandfather passed away from COVID. She explains: “My grandfather was a phenomenal musician, and he was one of my biggest influences growing up. Of all the things he accomplished in life, I know he was most proud of his 65 year marriage to my grandmother. After he passed away, I wrote ‘When I Get to Heaven.’ It’s written from the perspective of my grandfather when he arrives at the gates of heaven, and he waits at the gates, refusing to go inside until my grandma gets there.”

Stacey Ryan’s new single “Over Tonight”

Stacey shared on social media, “I knew as soon as we wrote this song that it would be one of my favourites and after 11 months of it existing, it still is!! I still can’t believe I get to work with such amazing and talented people and that I get to live my dream and make music.”