Country newcomer Karissa Ella is debuting an acoustic rendition of her latest release, “Girls,” exclusively on Country Now.
The empowering track celebrates females and all the things that make them special.
“My song ‘Girls’ was written to celebrate women and our differences. Whether you are a singer, boxer, race car driver, women can do it all! It is a reminder to always be yourself and never change.” Ella explains of the tune.
Ella, who co-wrote the song with Alex Seier and Kalsey Kulyk, had the idea to strip down the track so she teamed up with Justin Mayotte to create the acoustic clip.
“It was a blast,” she says of shooting the video. “We wanted a more toned down, relaxed environment and it turned out great! I hope people enjoy a stripped-down version of this pop-country song!”
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Karissa Ella began performing at 10 years old and was inspired by the likes of Shania Twain, Gretchen Wilson, Garth Brooks and Carrie Underwood. After graduating with a degree in Music Entertainment from Belmont University in Nashville, Ella has made a name for herself performing at various venues around the country. She initially turned heads with the release of her song “Me and Luke,” which was inspired by her love for country superstar Luke Bryan.
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