Britt’s quick rising success landed her music in popular TV shows, her single pre-loaded into millions of MP3 players, her voice featured in rockstar Barbie dolls and animated films around the world - while working with and learning from some of the industry’s best.
As record labels started knocking down her door, it was evident that Britt’s music was far too pop for country, and a bit too country for pop. The majors struggled to fit her in a box, trying to push her music one way or the other, but Britt had a vision of her own and continued to write new music.
“I’ve always been on the outside looking in, that’s just who I am, and I’m proud of it.” says Britt.
Enter the album, Nashville Reject. Modern pop/country - sharp, edgy, and dangerously honest - Nashville Reject is only a glimpse of Britt’s music that was said would never see the light of day. Until now.
The first of many releases in 2018, Britt has created her own mold - music that’s loaded with empowering adrenaline, and we're here for it.<br>