Pryor & Lee Aren’t Scared of a Good Time on Debut Single ‘Y’allsome’

Check out the first track from these former 'Voice' finalists.

Written by Chris Parton
Pryor & Lee Aren’t Scared of a Good Time on Debut Single ‘Y’allsome’
Pryor & Lee; Photo credit: Jessie Rooks

Newcomer duo Pryor & Lee hit the gas on their country career with their debut single, dropping the hammer on a high-octane party starter titled, “Y’allsome.”

Comprised of Pryor Baird and Kaleb Lee — both of whom were finalists on Season 14 of NBC’s The Voice — the just emerging duo is hoping to get off to a fast start. Each began as a solo artist, but together have created something bigger, and they say “Y’allsome” is the perfect intro to their style.

“It’s literally a road map to our musical life,” says Baird, the guitar slinger of the combo.

“We wanted the first impression of Pryor & Lee to be something that brought together the energy and the fun we feel when we’re onstage, and this song is everything that we were looking for,” Lee adds.

Written by hit makers Rhett Akins, Marv Green and JT Harding, the uptempo rocker is full of Friday-night, just-got-paid energy, a small-town anthem for folks who know how to have a good time. The two singers were roommates during their time filming The Voice but soon struck up an easy collaborative friendship, and that natural connection comes through big time on “Y’allsome.” With red-hot electric guitar runs from Baird and rowdy-but-soulful vocals from Lee, the clever country jam is the first taste of a new musical brotherhood.

Y’allsome party people / Y’allsome crazy mothers / Y’allsome freakin’ good lookin’ country music lovers,” goes the fun-loving chorus hook.

“I remember the very first time we played this song at a show,” Lee says. “The fans went crazy and they obviously had never heard it before. As artists, you pray for moments like that. It’s been so great to see fans connect with this song in such a huge way and we can’t wait for people to stream and hear it all over country radio.”

“Y’allsome” was produced by Doug Johnson and Chip Matthews, and is out everywhere now.