Oh, “I Ain’t a Bitch” till you make me one, one, one — Alaura Lynne’s new single is now released on all streaming platforms.
“Get ready for it to be stuck in your head!” A new single from hotly-tipped Country music artist Alaura Lynne launches her female-empowered anthem and music video “I Ain’t a Bitch” (Out Today, September 30) — produced by Nashville Grammy Award winning producer Michael Clute. Alaura Lynne is unafraid to follow her own rules while (lyrically) burning down the occasional house or two.
The record is produced by Nashville legend Michael Clute (alongside producer Bobby Huff) who has over 2 dozen number-one singles, nearly100 Top-40 singles, and 25 gold and platinum albums. Received 24 Grammy nominations and countless CMA, ACM, CCMA and CCM awards and nominations. He was owner of Midtown Recording Studios Nashville, one of Nashville’s largest and most progressive studios on Music Row.
I’m so excited!! “I Ain’t a Bitch”!!! Can’t wait for y’all to hear it!Alaura Lynne
Pulling influences from country music icons Shania Twain, LeAnne Rimes, Kacey Musgraves & more, Alaura’s clear country twang with hooks, sassy kiss-offs, and radiant sparkle is set to become one of the defining titles for the “I don’t like country, but…” crowd. With the lead-off single and music video “I Ain’t a Bitch” releasing September 30th and the music video on October 6th drenched in crimson-velvet glamor, Alaura’s debut feels like a complete manifestation of a small-town girl’s ambitions. Writing in the plain language of someone daring to be understood, she sounds alternately vulnerable and triumphant. Alaura began recording her debut album at the onset of the pandemic in 2020, and this single is the first giddy statement of the upcoming full-length album.
Born and raised in the small town of Crandall, TX, Alaura got her love for country music from dad and love of ‘Top 40’ from mom. Alaura didn’t discover her voice and love of performing until she was in her 20s during a fateful karaoke night. Since that night, she felt an overwhelming calling to sing. Alaura then started taking vocal lessons, which turned into recording jingles for radio commercials. She also cut her teeth performing local gigs across Dallas, where she performed unforgettable renditions of her favorite country and pop artists.