Hailey Whitters is on quite a run of late. Her 2020 album ‘The Dream’ was a critical smash. She followed that up in 2021 with ‘Living the Dream’, an expanded version of her hit album that featured collaborations with the likes of Little Big Town, Jordan Davis, and Trisha Yearwood. She capped off the year with one of her songs being featured on the season 4 premiere of the hit show Yellowstone. So what is next for the Shueyville, Iowa native? We got a tease for the next chapter yesterday.
Whitters dropped a video on her social media channels yesterday evening and like much of what she does, it features images of home. Cornfields, gravel roads, and other images consistent with rural Iowa. The video is also voiced by someone fairly famous right now too. Luke Grimes, or as he is better known Kayce Dutton on the hit TV show Yellowstone! How did Hailey land Grimes? More on that in a minute, but first check out what Hailey is teasing!
‘Raised’ on March 18th. So is ‘Raised’ an album? A new song? Clearly, Hailey is leaving us wanting more information. I guess we’ll have to be patient and wait for her to tell us more! But back to that narrator she landed for the video!
If you’re a Yellowstone fan, you no doubt have read that Luke Grimes wants to try his hand at a career in country music. Grimes is currently working with the management team of fellow singer and Yellowstone star Ryan Bingham. That team also represents the group Midland and, you guessed it, Hailey Whitters.
Hailey Whitters continues her roll, and continues to make us all back here in Iowa proud!
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