Riding high with her profile on the rise, Carnival Music artist Kylie Frey celebrate new music and a new honor this week.
On Tuesday (January 23), the country-to-the-core singer-songwriter was revealed in CMT’s Next Women of Country Class of 2024, highlighted as one of the most promising new female artists in country music.
Now in its 11th year, Frey is one 14 new artists chosen for the prestigious 2024 honor, with previous honorees including Carly Pearce, Kacey Musgraves, Kelsea Ballerini, Lainey Wilson, Maren Morris and more.
“I am always blown away by the level of talent each year in the CMT Next Women of Country class, and I am honored to have a seat at the table in 2024,” the Louisiana native says.
Over the next year, Frey and the rest of the 2024 CMT Next Women of Country class will receive cross-brand support for their music and videos across CMT and its affiliated channels and platforms, and additional opportunities to reach her growing fanbase.
The timing couldn’t be more perfect, as today (January 26), Frey also kicks off a new creative chapter with her single, “Miss Thang.”
A rough-and-tumble honky tonker available now through all digital service providers, the track celebrates dream chasers everywhere and was co-written by Frey with Brent Cobb and Adam Hood.
It will begin spinning on Texas country radio right away, continuing a streak which recently earned Frey her fourth Female Vocalist of the Year nomination from the Texas Regional Radio Report (T3R) Awards – and she’ll keep the momentum rolling.
Frey is currently on the road in direct support of Randall King’s Into The Neon Tour, with stops across the Southeast and beyond scheduled through April. View her complete tour information here.