Megan Moroney’s new single “I’m Not Pretty”
“It’s a mostly true story (you can find the spring break throwback pic on my Instagram) but not meant to be taken too seriously,” Megan says in a press release. “I think everyone can relate to somebody keeping tabs on them on social media. It was fun to write and it’s fun to sing and hopefully will become an anthem for the girls.”
Sabrina Ponte’s new single “Rodeo Heart”
“Rodeo Heart” is the perfect single about falling in love with the kind of person you didn’t expect. They bring you into their world and make you want to be a part of it. Sabrina shares, “Rodeo Heart to me is ‘your not so average country song about the girl who isn’t quite country but sure does love it.’” With lyrics like, “I’m not even country, but he’s making me wanna be,” Sabrina sings about something a lot of ladies can relate to – falling head over heels for a cowboy and the joys that come with it.
Brina Kay’s new single “What I’ve Got”
In the verses, Brina sings how she doesn’t have a mansion with a view or a sports car, but how she has something better than all of the things you can buy. She mentions her faith, and family, and how this is all she needs to keep her going. In the chorus she sings: “I’ve got faith and I’ve got drive/a rebel heart that beats, it keeps my dreams alive,” underlining the priorities in her life.
Hannah Anders’ new single and video for “Redneck Riding Hood”
Hannah shares, “I have wanted to bring this character to life since the first time I heard this song. When Redneck Riding Hood made its way onto my album, Evolution, I knew her time had come. She’s fierce and fearless and sexy in a way that I think is relatable to everyone. I’m so excited about this project, and I hope people love her as much as I do.”
Caylee Hammack’s new single “History of Repeating”
“Love is my weakness, my kryptonite even,” shared Hammack. “It’s the small girl inside of me looking for true love, and really believing I’m going to find it. This song is a very honest admission of some bad decisions that I think anyone can relate to making… those decisions sometimes we repeat, even though we know it’s not what is best for us. The humanness of our habits and hearts and a swig of Jack Daniel’s for flavor.”
Alana Springsteen’s new EP “TWENTY SOMETHING: Messing It Up”
“Our twenties, they can be confusing, exhilarating, humbling, and unforgettable. We’ll mess things up, over and over again. We’ll learn, do better, and start figuring things out – the world around us and ourselves. And if we’re lucky … and we do the work … and we love hard, once in a while, we get these glimpses of what it feels like to get it right. TWENTY SOMETHING, that’s the title of my debut album and it’s about all of it.”