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Raye Zaragoza’s new single “The It Girl” feat. Brooke Simpson

“‘The It Girl’ is a song about rewriting what it means to be an ‘It Girl’ – a term that has often excluded BIPOC women. It is about decolonizing what it means to be beautiful and throwing away European beauty standards of perfection. For this new version, powerhouse pop artist Brooke Simpson joins me to shout from the rooftops what it means to be brown, indigenous, powerful, and proud of who you are,” says Raye Zaragoza.

MacKenzie Porter’s new single “Pickup”

Co-written by the emerging Big Loud Records star with Will Bundy and Lydia Vaughan, the track finds Porter looking in the romantic rearview: flashing back to a bench seat and her first love, wondering what might have been if not for a fork in the road. “I can honestly say I’ve never been more excited to release a song,” says Porter. “Since the day we wrote ‘Pickup,’ it has felt like a really special song. The writers room had something magical that day and I hope you sing this at the top of your lungs about the person you miss the most.”

Ashliegh Lisset’s new single “Stop The Bullet”

“I’m so excited to finally share what I’ve been working on,” Ashliegh, who has spent the last year co-writing and traveling to Nashville, explains. “It’s been a long time coming! This music is everything I dreamed it would be, and the moment I heard Stop The Bullet I knew it was the first single – the lyrics, the music…everything about it. I hope you all love it as much as I do!”

Dallas Remington’s new single “Wild in the Woods”

“It is always an awesome time when you get to write with someone you’ve grown up in the industry with. Mary Kutter and I have known each other since we were both very young and both still commuting from Kentucky. I was so honored when she invited me to write with her and the amazing vocalist/writer, Chris Sligh. I grew up on a farm down a dead end gravel road in the backwoods of Kentucky and about the only time we ever got to be wild was in the woods or down at the party deck on the creek. Mary, Chris and I wanted to write a “party song” and when Chris threw out the title “Wild in the Woods” – I was hooked. This song is my definition of a good time,” states Dallas Remington.

Allie Colleen’s new album “Stones”

“I am beyond grateful every day of my life to pursue this dream. This collection of songs holds stories and narratives that are very close to my heart, and it is my hope and intention that they will have their own place in your story as well. So from my heart and all the amazing hands that touched this project, thank you for my life and career,” expresses Allie Colleen. “I hope you love this album, but at the end of the day – I LOVE this album. Love one another.”