With an entire family that loved country, bluegrass and gospel music, and extended members who sang in gospel groups, McLamb followed suit by joining her church’s youth choir where she was featured in several lead roles and solos. She carried these skills and passion over to local talent shows and pageants. Passing down her crown and title of “Little Miss Salemburg,” McLamb gave her first vocal performance at the age of 10. Dressed the part in a fringe and rhinestone embellished cowgirl outfit topped off with a matching cowboy hat and boots, she sang a crowd pleasing rendition of “If You’re Not in it For Love” by Shania Twain. “I just remember hearing the whole elementary school gym roar in applause,” said McLamb. “I WAS SOLD! I knew at that point what I wanted to be when I grew up.”
Brittany's latest single, “Lose It”, was released April 2018, which McLamb co-wrote.