We first introduced you to heartfelt singer-songwriter and Dallas native, Abby Anderson and her new single, “Make Him Wait,” back in May when we posted our Swag Session interview with the rising star. Today, September 8th, Anderson released her debut five-song EP entitled I’m Good, and it’s more than good! The sultry, honest, and fun, EP, I’m Good can be downloaded and listened to everywhere music is available.
The EP begins with the title track, “I’m Good” which embodies female empowerment, as the lyrics discuss a woman no longer wanting to be in a relationship with a man that does not treat her like a priority. Anderson sings “If you’re thinking I’m on the fence / thinking I want you back, nah / Baby I’m good.”
Another notable song is the powerful ballad, “Make Him Wait.” The single is a plea to girls to take their time in relationships and to not feel the pressure to become intimate or marry until they are ready. The song naturally flows like a story, and the message is clear to the listener.
For fans that prefer a more upbeat track, Anderson has that too! “Dance Away My Broken Heart,” written by country music elites, Kelsea Ballerini, Thomas Rhett, and Rhett Atkins, as well as, Ashley Gorley and Jesse Frasure, is a feel-good song that would make a perfect next single.
The collection of songs really showcase Anderson as a rising talent in a country music, an artist to look out for and gives you a taste of what’s to come in a full-length album. Catch the singer, as she joins Brett Eldredge on his The Long Way Tour kicking off on September 13th in Denver, Colorado. The tour stops at The Theater At Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey on October 12th. Anderson will also be making her Grand Ole Opry debut tomorrow night.
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