‘Keep Up’ is a glorious love letter to country girls everywhere. “We can party just as much as any other dude, and I felt we needed a song to say that,” RaeLynn says. “Yes, I rock Gucci sometimes, and yes, I drink pink drinks, and yes, I’m girly as hell, but that doesn’t mean I can’t drive a truck. That doesn’t mean I can’t change a tire. That doesn’t mean that I can’t do whatever the guys can do.”
“One of my favorite things so far is how girls are posting of videos of themselves doing all this bad-ass stuff with ‘Keep Up’ playing behind them,” she says. “There’s one woman roping horses, another who’s a firefighter, putting a fire out – I think it’s so epic.”
Two-time American Country Music Award New Female Vocalist nominee RaeLynn is continuing to redefine country music with her gift for storytelling through songwriting, accented by a one-of-a-kind, electric personality. Her widely lauded debut album ‘Wildhorse’ –arrived at No. 1 on Billboard’s Country Albums Chart and Top 10 on Billboard’s All-Genre Albums Sales Chart and was recognised among the best country albums of 2017 by Rolling Stone, UPROXX and Stereogum. With both gold-certified (‘Love Triangle’) and platinum-certified (‘God Made Girls’) singles to her name, RaeLynn has racked up more than 450 million total career streams.
Most recently on Maren Morris’ Girl: The World Tour, she’s also joined Garth Brooks, Keith Urban, Florida Georgia Line, Kane Brown, Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton on the road. With nearly 1.5 million followers across her engaging online platforms, her star continues to rise after becoming the first country face to represent the global beauty brand Too Faced. RaeLynn’s brand-new EP is set to release 2020.
Co-written by RaeLynn with Corey Crowder, Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard and Steven Lee Olsen, the spunky twang-hop banger follows her good-riddance breakup anthem, “Bra Off,” and marks the continuation of a bold new chapter.