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Lainey Wilson‘s new track “You Can’t Always Get What You Want”

“The Rolling Stones are global music icons. To have the opportunity to record one of their tracks was an incredible honor for me,” Wilson said. “I had so much fun recording this track and I’m so grateful that I got to bring my bell bottom country flare to one of their greatest hits.”

Maren Morris’s new tour recap video for “I Can’t Love You Anymore”

Grammy-winning artist Maren Morris unveils a new video for “I Can’t Love You Anymore” today recapping live footage from last year’s headlining Humble Quest Tour, which saw her play sold out shows at iconic venues across the country including the Hollywood Bowl, Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Radio City Music Hall, Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena and more.

Joy Oladokun’s new single “Changes”

One of music’s most unique and vulnerable voices, Joy Oladokun will release her highly anticipated new album, Proof of Life, April 28 via Amigo Records/Verve Forecast/Republic Records. In advance of the release, new song “Changes,” a reflection on Oladokun’s own growth as well as the changing world around her, is debuting today. 

Mikayla Lane’s new single “Rodeo Money”

“‘Rodeo Money’ is a unique spin on the ‘cowboy riding away’ theme commonly heard in country music. It embodies the feeling of what many people experience if they are in a relationship with a rodeo athlete,” Mikayla shared.

Tori Martin’s new single “The Kmart Closed (In Our Hometown)”

“The Kmart Closed (In Our Hometown)” reminds us of all the good times and good finds under the blue light of the discount big box store. It’s a song about love, loss, and cheap stuff. The song’s lyrics touch on the store greeter, getting saved, and a true way of life all peppered with a not so tongue-in-cheek sense of humor and absolute respect for the old days.