Genre-bending artist Kaylee Rose has released her new country hip-hop track “Wagon."
“Wagon” is a song about the path to success and how those who may have not been supportive in the past are always ready to ‘jump on the bandwagon’ once it’s too late. Rose commented, "The inspiration for 'Wagon' came from a good friend who challenged me to write a song as if I had already 'made it' in the music industry. Rappers are always writing songs about ‘making it’ before they do so he thought it would be fun to put a country spin on the idea. Although the lyrics come from my perspective, I think it could be relatable for anyone. People will always doubt your dreams, goals and passions until they start to watch you succeed. This song is a sassy and honest way of saying 'look at me now.'"
Co-written by Kaylee Rose, Andy Scott Wills, Tori Tullier, and Joe Tounge, “Wagon” is the artist’s second single to be released in 2019. Co-produced by Joe Tounge, David “Messy” Messcon, and Blane Mitchell, the track breaks new territory for the young artist. Rose, who is known for her distinctive brand of country music and hip-hop flare, commented about the song, saying, “This is the true blend of genres. I love the message of the song and the production adds an unexpected sound and flavor."
Kaylee Rose has kept busy throughout 2019 with writing, recording and performing. Since the release of her previous track, “Stuff” the singer-songwriter played her CMA Fest debut on the CMA sanctioned Spotlight Stage, opened up for Morgan Wallen at NASH FM’s Rhythm & Boots show, and has continued to perform at local venues.
Listen to "Wagon" below.
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