RaeLynn may not have won The Voice, but she’s winning fans with everything she releases. After one EP, a top ten single in “God Made Girls,” and four years since she debuted on The Voice, the country star-in-the-making is ready to release her first full-length album, entitled WildHorse.
WildHorse will be chock full of new RaeLynn material, as the record sports the standard 12 tracks highlighted by the previously released single, “Love Triangle.” The song, which came out back in July, is about being a child of divorce, and the song is an emotionally-charged and raw ballad that supports the cause. The title track, “WildHorse,” is out today, and is a polar opposite of “Love Triangle” – it’s mid-tempo, fun, and proof that WildHorse is going to have a type of song for everyone.
WildHorse also has some interesting features going on, too, with rock band Leeland contributing to “Young” and country duo Dan + Shay taking part in “Say.” RaeLynn’s put a lot into the creation of WildHorse, calling the record her “college experience” and that it will give fans a “true glimpse” into who she is as an artist.
The record comes out on December 2nd through Warner Music Nashville.