Renee Blair Delivers Radio Ready Anthem with “Turn Up the Night” (Review)

The new single “Turn Up The Night” was released by the rising artist, Renee Blair, on August 27. It was written by Kane Brown, Corey Crowder, Matt McGinn, and Jordan Schmidt. In addition to producing the song, Schmidt has worked with acts such as Jason Aldean and Florida Georgia Line.

At the age of 15, Blair moved to Nashville. After an accident left her with a wired jaw, she posted videos of herself singing online that quickly went viral. Video clips of the videos caught the attention of power players such as Shane McAnally and LA Reid. Over 21 million streams have been generated by the singer-songwriter, and CMT named her Next Women of Country. The Nashville songwriter host even has her own radio show “YoCo” on 99.7 FM Nashville’s genre-free station.

A party song like “Turn Up The Night” is the perfect pre-game tune. Blair managed to deliver exactly what country radio has been looking for: a new female anthem. With an upbeat feel, and a strong bass drum kick throughout, this track is sure to make you feel lively. When Blair sings, “if we’re going out, ain’t gonna be quiet,” she speaks for many young women looking to have a good time.

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A range of vocal tones is evident in Blair’s voice. Any listener can recognize authenticity in her voice, regardless of whether the song is carefree or emotional. When she sings, she says what she thinks and feels. It is destined for young women around the world to sing these lyrics. “It’s finally Friday, thank God we made it, I told that teller to cash that paycheck.” Blair is set to make a splash with a radio-perfect party single.

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