Country spitfire RaeLynn followed up her 2019 girl-power anthem “Bra Off” with another wave of female empowerment in her new single, “Keep Up.”
“Yeah, I rock Gucci gang, but I got Baytown twang / That lifted pickup in the parking lot, I own that thing,” the free-spirited musician sings in the opening verse. The track opens with a hard-driving, foot-stomping beat and takes flight for a wild chorus that perfectly matches the singer’s bold, spunky attitude.
“I want women to take away from ‘Keep Up’ that they can be just as rowdy as the guys can,” the Texas native shared with ET Online. “This is the country girl anthem we need.”
Co-written by RaeLynn with Corey Crowder, Tyler Hubbard of Florida Georgia Line and Steven Lee Olsen, the brash “twang-hop” song offers a second taste of the upcoming EP, which is expected to drop later in the spring.
To conincide with the release of the track, the country star dropped a colorful video that features denim-on-denim, an overwhelming number of rhinestones and an impressive, attitude-filled dance number. The clip also includes a cameo of her husband, Josh Davis.
“From the moment I wrote ‘Keep Up,’ I had a vision for a fun video that incorporates my personality and all the bright colors,” RaeLynn said.
In addition to dropping her upcoming EP in the spring, RaeLynn is gearing up for numerous festival appearances throughout 2020, including Stagecoach in April, Country Fest 2020 and Citadel Country Spirit USA.