Gabrielle Metz sings from the soul with “Mixtape”

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Fun, catchy and totally relatable!

Rating: 5 out of 5.

In 2022, Nashville singer-songwriter Gabrielle Metz

was signed to a publishing deal with Heart Songs Music Group and is working under Devon O’Day, VP of Songwriting and Publishing along with Jill Pavel, who is spearheading her management team. Gabrielle performed at The Houston Rodeo in 2022.

Gabrielle’s most recent single, “Masks” was featured on the Academy of Country Music’s New Music Friday playlist, CMT’s Country Round-up Playlist, and also Rolling Stone #RSDAILYMUSIC. Gabrielle has been nominated for Alabama Music Awards Best Female Country Artist in 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021. She was also nominated for Alabama Music Awards Best New Artist in 2018 and 2019, as well as being named to several 2022 Artist to Watch lists.

Start streaming “Mixtape” right here:

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Mixtape,” celebrates country music at its finest…

while simultaneously nodding to some of the greats that have inspired her along the way. She set out with the goal to write a song that really spoke to the soundtrack of her life and the music that has influenced her career. She states, “I grew up listening to everything, from country to rock, Motown to Top 40, There wasn’t much I didn’t hear growing up.” She attributes this upbringing to her current musical style.

Just as the song states she’s “a little bit country, a little rock n’ roll. Light on the R&B but heavy on the soul.”

It is a beautiful ode to the unpredictable. This is a fun, singable, catchy song that immediately lets you know that country music is where it is at for Gabrielle Metz.

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