NASHVILLE, TENN. – Breakout country/pop artist Jordana Bryant has announced her exclusive signing with Riser House Entertainment (Mitchell Tenpenny, Ronnie Milsap, Dillon Carmichael) solidifying her status as one of country music’s brightest newcomers. Written alongside Zack Kale (Keith Urban, Florida Georgia Line, Gabby Barrett), Seth Mosley (for King & Country, High Valley) and Allison Veltz (Carly Pearce, Tenille Arts, Matt Stell), the emerging singer/songwriter will release “Guilty,” her debut single via Riser House, on Friday, April 22.
“Working with Riser House has been so amazing,” Bryant explains, “I am so honored to have such a fantastic team supporting me and believing in me every step of the way, and I couldn’t be happier to share my new music with the world.”
Following the release of “Guilty” in April, and with an increasing demand from her devoted and rapidly growing fanbase on both Instagram and TikTok, the rising songstress will unveil her full length collection of original songs later this year.
“Jordana is one of the most prolific singer-songwriters I’ve encountered,” shares Jennifer Johnson, President of Riser House Entertainment. “Her melodies and lyrics are energetic, fresh, and original. I know she will be wildly successful between her impeccable work ethic, originality, and talent. I am absolutely honored to have the opportunity to partner with such a remarkable young woman.”
The Pennsylvania native has garnered a legion of loyal fans for not only her heartfelt and all-too relatable lyrics, but also her cover videos on Instagram and YouTube that have gone on to rack up over 15 million views and counting. Bryant’s most popular covers include renditions of music from Reba McEntire, Dolly Parton and Gabby Barrett, as well as Jason Aldean and Carrie Underwood’s hit single, “If I Didn’t Love You” featuring guest vocals from Dawson Anderson of Temecula Road.
Bryant is currently balancing her career as an emerging artist and full time student. Evident of her strong work ethic, she will finish high school a year early in June to pursue her passion of writing and performing music. With a slate of new music in the works and a solid support team behind her, 2022 is poised to be a momentous year for Jordana.