Ballerini announces 'ballerini'
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Ballerini announces 'ballerini'

Thursday, September 3, 2020 – Kelsea Ballerini is releasing 'ballerini,' acoustic versions of the songs from her 'kelsea' disc on Sept. 11 via Black River Entertainment.

'kelsea' came out in March.

The first single off the new set is 'club.'

'kelsea is glitter: bold and effervescent and dreams that are boundless. She's who I want to be. While ballerini is emotional, vulnerable, soft: observes her surroundings and chooses her words carefully. She's who I am. The album ballerini is the result of the wonder and gets down to the heart of it. Introducing ballerini...the other side of the same story,' Ballerini said.

The track list is:
1. overshare
2. club
3. homecoming queen?
4. the other girl
5. love me like a girl
6. love and hate
7. bragger
8. hole in the bottle
9. half of my hometown
10. the way i used to
11. needy
12. a country song
13. la


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CD review - Unapologetically It already seems like Kelsea Ballerini is a fixture on the scene, but America's barely had time to blink since her debut, "The First Time." Four major singles, a headlining tour and an armful of awards are just some of the harvest that followed. Some of that star power exceeds musical gifts - Ballerini has that insta-charm that makes her a ready TV guest or host. She's from Tennessee and smiles for miles. But she also gives off a wiser, worldlier vibe than many others of her ...
CD review - The First Time "Why do we need you? There's already a Taylor Swift." So said a Nashville record executive to a teenage Kelsea Ballerini. It undoubtedly stung at the time - but she was still in high school and had only travelled from Knoxville. Now that same executive is likely pricing a self-kicking machine. Ballerini's self-titled EP released last year scored big with a Top Ten Country single, "Love Me Like You Mean It." "The First Time," her full-sized debut, has now ...


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