Alyssa Scott takes us to a cowgirl disco party with “You”

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Edgy and full of fireworks!

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Alyssa Scott is diving in to the country disco scene with her newest single “You.” As Alyssa puts it, “You” is a mixture of “dreamy country disco happiness,” and that is clear as you can’t help but smile while listening to this upbeat tune.

This song is all about the feeling of unfiltered happiness, perfect for summer.

With a dance-pop groove that feels inspired by Dua Lipa crossed with the country edge of Kacey Musgraves and Shania Twain, Scott takes us to a cowgirl disco party.

Start streaming “You” here:

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Singer/songwriter Alyssa Scott is an independent country/pop artist that reflects dreamy vibes, storyteller lyrics, and a country/bohemian style. She moved to Minneapolis, MN, from Fargo, ND, where Alyssa received a degree in Vocal Performance from McNally Smith College of Music. She now resides in Nashville, TN where she continues to write, record, and perform as Alyssa Scott at iconic venues such as City WineryNudiesThe Listening Room and more. Scott has also opened up for country superstar Chris Young.

She released her debut acoustic album called Ten Years, which was featured on highly esteemed playlists such as the Academy of Country Music’s New Music Friday playlist and graced the Apple Music Country Best New Songs list.

In addition to her performances as a solo artist, Alyssa Scott is also a member of the all-female cross-genre group ElectraQueens. The group has also collaborated with The Bacon Brothers (Kevin and Michael Bacon), on “Let Me Happen to You,” as well as several tour appearances. The queens also recorded a cover of “You Are Everything” with Kathy Sledge of “Sister Sledge” fame.

Alyssa has been seen with ElectraQueens on their successful TikTok with 118.5K followers and over 2.5M likes. ElectraQueens have been featured with Rolling Stone, COWGIRL MagazineCMT and more, featuring Alyssa Scott as a dynamic country force in the genre-blending group.

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