Country newcomer Noah Schnacky has dropped his debut single via Big Machine Label Group. “I’ll Be The One” is a tune that shows off the 22-year-old’s sensitive side that will instantly melt hearts. The upbeat love song was penned by Jordan Schmidt, Seth Ennis and Schnacky.
“I’ll be the one who got the one that got away if you let me baby / I’ll be the one to hold you up, hold your hand, the one to hold the door, the one you’re holding on that you’ve been holding out for / I’ll be the one you’re looking at when all your looking’s done / If you’ll be my lady, I’ll be the one,” Schnacky sings passionately.
Telling Sounds Like Nashville, the Orlando, FL native said, “I couldn’t be more excited to share ‘I’ll Be The One’ and wrote this song as a reminder to those who’ve forgotten just how valuable they really are. Because when you feel like no one is there, I’ll be the one. I’ll be the one to hold you up, hold your hand, and hold the door. You’re worth it.”
Although this marks Schnacky’s debut single to country radio, he is no stranger to releasing music. In fact, his last two independent (“Hello Beautiful” and “Maybe We Will”) have amassed a total of over 51 million streams on Spotify alone. That is a huge feat that not many acts can typically achieve without a label support. This, perhaps, can be attributed to the teen heartthrob’s massive social media presence and entrepreneurial spirit to carve his own path.
Fresh off the heels of his radio tour, the singer also took the stage earlier this year to introduce himself and perform “Hello Beautiful” at the annual Country Radio Seminar during Big Machine Label Group’s showcase luncheon.
“I’ll Be The One” goes for adds on country radio on September 16, and is available on all digital platforms now.