The Voice

Raelyn drops new single, signs with new label


RaeLynn from The Voice Season 2 has a new single and a new record label

RaeLynn from The Voice Season 2 has a new single and a new record label.

Former Voice standout RaeLynn has a new single, a new record deal and an EP on the way.

The new song is called “Bra Off,” and it’s not exactly a woman’s liberation statement.

Then again, maybe it is, because RaeLynn sings about liberating herself from a guy who no longer holds her heart and compares it to taking a bra off.

RaeLynn wrote the single, just her second of 2019, with Josh Kerr and Emily Weisband.

“This is what girls want to hear,” she says in a press release. “As a girl, this is what I want to hear.

“I grew up in a small town of Baytown, Texas. And I’ve always said, ‘If it ain’t Baytown, I don’t want to cut it.’ It has to have that Baytown flavor. I grew up a church kid, but I like to cuss, too. And I want all those flavors in the music because that is me, and it’s my fans, too.”

As for the record deal, Raelynn has signed with Round Here Records – the newly-formed label created by Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard – and AWAL, Kobalt’s recording company.

RaeLynn says she’s looking forward to the artistic freedom that will come with the deal.

Corey Crowder produced the new single and is working with RaeLynn on the EP, which could be out in early 2020.

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