At 10 years old Jordana Bryant received her very first guitar for Christmas as a gift from her dad, finding herself practicing and songwriting every day after school. From there, the rest is history! Now, at only 16 years old, Jordana has hit the ground running as one of country music’s breakthrough country-pop artists. On April 22nd, Bryant released her debut single via Riser House Entertainment (Mitchell Tenpenny, Ronnie Milsap, Dillon Carmichael, and more) titled, Guilty. Jordana’s vocals will blow you away as it seems impossible for such big sounds to come out of such a young artist.
“Growing up I always sang music around the house. My dad was a guitarist for a few different bands when I was really little. I’d start singing random lyrics and melodies as early as I can remember. I feel like that really started my love of songwriting before I even knew what it was. I loved how writing was just a blank page where you could do whatever you want with it! It’s such an amazing opportunity to choose what you want to put out into the world and spread positivity!”
“I love this song cause I feel like it’s super high energy, fun and that’s just who I am as a person and as an artist! It’s been really cool to see that the song is resonating with people. One of the most important things for me is that my music makes people feel better and brings a smile to their faces! It’s been really awesome to see that people are loving the song!” notes Bryant.
When explaining her experience shooting her first professional music video, Jordana said, “Shooting the music video for Guilty was a blast! I had the opportunity to work with Roman White, who’s done videos for people like Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, and Thomas Rhett. He was so amazing to work with and made the whole process easy. I knew what I wanted for the video and Roman really brought my vision to life. The idea was that you don’t have the confidence to share your feelings with someone and the jail is you being in your own head. The team did an amazing job on the whole thing!”
Guilty is guaranteed to be stuck in your head after hearing it for the first time. The catchy upbeat song is relatable to listeners of all ages as we’ve all been in that position where we lacked the confidence to approach our crush. Keep your eye out for more music and upcoming tour dates on her website!
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