Jenna DeVries and Harper Grae dazzle us with “Drunk Girls”

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Fun, upbeat and totally uplifting!

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Having a passion for music at a young age…

Jenna DeVries is a woman who has found her home within the music industry. She has been featured on both America’s Got Talent, as well as American Idol – making it to the top 24 on the Farewell season.

With her debut album set to come out in 2023, DeVries has set her sights on breaking the mold instead of letting it define her. As an openly LGBTQ+ artist, DeVries found pop music was the right outlet to be loud and proud when she needed it most.

During the worldwide pandemic, DeVries spent hours at the piano getting back to her roots – writing country music. Her upcoming full-length album, Irreverent, is a true homecoming album, telling the story of moving to Nashville, coming out, losing her family, and finally stepping into her power as an out and proud country artist.

Singer-songwriter Harper Grae is one of the steadiest rising stars in Nashville…

amassing tens of thousands of social media followers, millions of streams, and critical acclaim with Rolling Stone Country calling her “a platinum-voiced country-pop singer with a flair for turning her harrowing past into high art.” Overcoming the dysfunction and addiction that surrounded her, she attended Auburn University, where she was cast on The Glee Project, a reality show and musical talent competition.

Her single “Monster,” caught the attention of radio personality Bobby Bones, who became a key supporter. Shortly thereafter, the songstress was included in CMT’s Next Women of Country class of 2021. Earlier this year, she released her debut EP, ‘Confessions of a Good Southern Lady’ that received praise by Grae making her national television debut on The Kelly Clarkson Show.

Start streaming “Drunk Girls” here:

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Drunk Girls” is the ultimate girl power country anthem where we celebrate the moment when girls love each other completely uninhibitedly. It’s really that “drunk girls hyping each other up in the bathroom energy” come to life in a song.

We wanted to create a song that really asked the question, like why can’t we as women have that kind of supportive, crazy camaraderie all the time? Let’s bring that drunk girl energy into our everyday friendships and interactions! Women supporting other women, no matter their color, shape, size, or who they love.

Jenna DeVries

“Being LGBTQ artists in the country space in Nashville is who we are,” explains Grae during a recent interview with PEOPLE. “It’s not even something that this conversation point anymore, which is such a beautiful space to be in. It’s just about supporting and uplifting women.”

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