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Tylynn Allen Takes Pride In Her Upbringing In New Single "White Trash"

Tylynn isnt going to take your shit. To be honest, the Indiana native doesn't really care what you think about her. For us thats quite the refreshing thought.

Today the country music go-getting released her single White Trash. While the title is a tad abrasive, one listen to the tune and you will soon realize its an endearing nod at loving where you are from and owning it!

One thing you'll learn about me pretty quickly is what you see is what you get. I don't try to be anything I'm not, and I'm proud to be who I am and to come from where I come from. Growing up I had "Redneck Woman" and "Hell on Heels" on repeat. This is a bit of a nod to those songs I grew up singing in the garage. I wanted to write something like the songs that I listened to growing up and felt like they were singing about me and my life," TyLynn tells All Country News.

The traditional twang of a beat up old acoustic guitar help to add flair to Tylynn's midwest attitude. The raw production helps to carry this tune of self acceptance and being proud of where you come from.

"The song is co-produced by Dylan Guthro and Jeremy Stover. Dylan wrote the song with me. I mean I think it turned out the way it was supposed to because we didn't overthink it. We just had fun with it. That's kind of my approach to everything."

Tylynn's raw and real approach to her music is refreshing and much needed in a genre that can sometimes feel forced. White Trash is a song that will do big things for this midwest girl.


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