CMTNext Up Now ArtistCAROLYN MILLERhas released her new single,”Ain’t About That,” out today. This song is the follow up to her last single “Summer Time,” which is currently sitting in the Top 10 on Taste of Countryfor Best Country Music Video of the week. “Ain’t About That” is available everywhere now HERE.
“Ain’t About That” was written by Lance Carpenter (“Love Me Like You Mean It” – Kelsea Ballerini) and Makayla Lynn, with production by Frank Legeay and Michael Mechling. It is the first of three singles set to be released in 2020, penned by Nashville songwriters who’ve written No. 1 hits for Florida Georgia Line, Kelsea Ballerini, Brett Young, and more. “Ain’t About That” is a fun, uptempo song that celebrates the moments and feelings with a loved one that can’t ever be bought, recreated, or replaced. “It’s not about how much gold is in the bracelet he or she gave you, but rather the little magical moments that money can’t buy,” she exclusively told Celeb Secrets.
Prior to the pandemic, Carolyn has sold out showsaround her home state of New York, opened for artists such as Chase Rice, Ashley McBryde, Walker Hayes, and even kicked off NY’s Country 94.7 Stars and Strings at the Barclays Center starring Sam Hunt, Dustin Lynch, Chris Janson, Runaway June, and more. Driven by her passion for performing and determined to keep her career driving forward, Carolyn has turned to live-streaming during her time quarantined, delivering over 40 livestream concerts for various radio stations, media outlets, and music venues since the end of March 2020, and even (virtually) hosting and performing in various high profile events and online festivals. Miller’s vivacious and “enthusiastic personality” (Sounds Like Nashville) has drawn in followers of all ages — from all over the world — to her weekly livestream concert series, and there’s no sign of her slowing down. “Covid can’t stop the music. It can’t stop our passion. It is our duty as artists to spread joy and love, especially in the darkest times. Music is needed now more than ever.”