CMT Reveals the 2021 Next Women of Country
The 2021 CMT Next Women of Country Class has now been announced. It includes the following:
You might recognize her from Season 13 of the Voice where she was a Top 10 Contestant or also from touring with Luke Combs and Morgan Wallen. She’s originally from South Carolina.
Originally from Baltimore, Brittney relocated to Nashville in 2013. In 2020 she released her Compassions (EP) project and has received support from others in the industry like Amanda Shires and Maren Morris.
Three cousins from New Orleans have headlined festivals, released their first album and are working on their second.
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A Georgia native, Hannah has a viral TikTok series. She’s had a song recorded by Brad Paisley, has been a participant in Whiskey Jam and has opened up for Hank Williams Jr, The Cadillac Three and more.
An Alabama native, she’s appeared on Glee Project, and then released solo country material that caught the attention of Bobby Bones. She’s also seen some success on the CMT Countdown.
A Canada native, MacKenzie has received some Canadian Country Music Award nominations and started to gain momentum here in the states. Not only has she shared the stage with some big stars (Kenny Chesney and Blake Shelton to name a couple), she’s also made some TV appearances, including co-starring in Netflix’s Travelers.
Originally from North Carolina, Priscilla started to gain a fan base thanks to TikTok. Her song “Just About Over You” went viral and the labels came calling!
After a cover of Carrie Underwood’s “Drinking Alone” which caught the attention of Carrie herself and her single “Stompin’ Grounds” appeared on ESPN’s Monday Night Football, Reyna has been paving the way for herself.
She also hails from Canada and recently caught the attention of Rissi Palmer who has predicted she will become a star.
Yet another Canada native on the list, Tenille has no stranger to the spotlight. After several appearances on ABC’s The Bachelor, she scored a record deal and has seem some chart success in Canada and the U.S. She also made her Grand Ole Opry Debut in 2019 and has formed the Canadian National Anthem during the NBA Finals and All Star Games in 2020 and 2019.