The video depicts a young woman’s embattled relationship and empowering message to women everywhere to stand up for themselves and know when to walk away. Filmed in Nashville, Average Joes’ Ed Pryor directed the video. Special storm efforts by Nashville premiere production company, Magnetic Dreams, enhanced the video.
Already embraced by SiriusXM’s The Highway, iHeart Radio and CMT Pure, the buzz for Ross’s incredible talent as a singer, songwriter and rapper continues to grow. Ross recently caught the ear of industry tastemaker and nationally syndicated radio host, Bobby Bones, who tweeted this week “I guess I’m all about #Girlpower Music,” after spinning a song from the new EP on his top-rated morning show.Likewise, Taste of Country’s Billy Dukes commented, “Like for real, she raps like Nicki Minaj between choruses that sound like Carrie Underwood with a little more urban street cred. It’s not an exaggeration to say she’s a sub-genre of one. There is quite literally no other signed female country artist confident enough to work both genres. There are few independents capable of it.”