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Kylie Frey and Bri Bagwell’s new cover of “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun”

Kylie Frey and Bri Bagwell teamed up for their rendition of Cyndi Lauper’s iconic girl power anthem. The synthesizer parts from the original version were replaced with a fun new country arrangement. We love Kylie and Bri’s version and can’t wait to listen to it with our gal pals!

Maddie & Tae’s new EP “Through the Madness Vol. 1”

Maddie & Tae’s unbreakable bond, honest songwriting and signature harmonies shine through the eight-track collection, which features their latest release “Madness” and recent single “Woman You Got,” plus standout collaborations with Morgane Stapleton (“Don’t Make Her Look Dumb”) and Lori McKenna (“The Other Side”).

The Highway Women’s new cover of “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman”

“We chose to cover this song because it is truly an incredible female empowerment anthem,” the ladies explain. “So many amazing women have covered or done their rendition of this song, and we wanted to join the legacy. This is just a feel good song that so many of us love, and we wanted to put our own Highway Woman spin on it.”

Megan Knight’s new video for “My Drama”

After being sent straight to voicemail from a guy on her phone, Megan Knight gives us an eye-catching story in her new music video for her single “My Drama”. This self proclaimed Drama Queen is seen through various visually pleasing scenes of her in her bedroom, playing guitar against a vibrant mural, and out on the town. After she is faced with being ghosted, these scenes show her coping with this rejection in her own dramatic way.

Abbey Cone’s new single “Hate Me”

“’Hate Me’ is about the feelings you wrestle with post-breakup and wanting to be remembered,” says Cone. “If the opposite of love is not hate, it’s indifference – this song is about the root of that feeling of wanting to be remembered.”

Laci Kaye Booth’s new video for “Shuffle”

“With this video I hope people can see how much I admire and appreciate music of all eras and of all forms.” Laci tells CMT. “I am an artist, but most importantly I’m such a fan of music at heart and I hope that’s something that’s visible and that I can share with my fans. I could’ve never made it to this point of my life without the incredible influence of the women of country music.”