Rapidly rising pop-country artist, Carolyn Miller has debuted a stunning new song entitled “Ain’t About That” on Friday (June 12). The upbeat track showcases what matters most to Miller, bringing some positivity to the current craziness of the world.
The song “celebrates the moments and feelings with a loved one that can’t ever be bought, recreated, or replaced,” explained Miller.
The genuine lyrics find the New York native letting fans know that its not always about the materialistic things in the life but about the things that money can’t buy like the love that a person can give to another or unforgettable moments that should be cherished. Showcasing the perfect message that world needs right now as we find ourselves pulling our loved ones in closer and closer each day with the current state of the world being so hectic.
“It’s not about how much gold is in the bracelet he or she gave you, but rather the little magical moments that money can’t buy,” Miller told Celeb Secrets.
“Ain’t About That” was recorded before the novel coronavirus pandemic struck the world and was co-written by Lance Carpenter and Makayla Lynn. Carpenter is infamously known for the Kelsea Ballerini hit song, “Love Me Like You Mean It,” which topped Country charts in 2015.
She has been performing professionally since the age of eight, a graduate of Boston Conservatory at Berklee College of Music and has a large background within theatre, film and TV, as well as has done voice-overs and commercials. Miller has graced the stage with acts like Sam Hunt, Dustin Lynch, Chris Janson, Walker Hayes, Chase Rice, Ashley McBryde, among many others.
Miller exploded into country music with the release of her debut EP, Unbreakable, in 2018 before releases singles “What You Can’t Have” and “Summer Time” in 2019. Her debut EP hit the top seven on the iTunes pre-order country charts.
Miller has been using her time in quarantine to really hone her craft, delivering over 40+ livestreams, and that even includes being the host and a performer at Music Mayhem’s Mayhem Unplugged Virtual Country Festival in late May. But as she expressed: “Covid can’t stop the music. It can’t stop our passion. It is our duty as artists to spread joy and love, especially in the darkest times. Music is needed now more than ever.”
Keep your eyes out for more from this rising star in the near future, keep up to date with her at CarolynMillerMusic.com.