“I was stunned when I woke up to see that I had gained over 200K views overnight,” Kylie Trout says of her latest track, “Can’t’ Be Lonely,” which was released to growing demand and after the song’s viral popularity on TikTok.
Now, sitting at over 250K views on the popular video-sharing social network, the 17-year-old delivers a song about that boy that always has a new girl on his arm, “I hope this song inspires girls to know their worth and never settle for boys who don’t treat them like queens.”
This isn’t the first time the California based singer-songwriter has achieved success through the popular platform, TikTok. Previously, she garnered significant traffic for a video sharing her rendition of Morgan Wallen’s “Somebody’s Problem,” which was rewritten to offer the female perspective.
The talented songstress offers a new blend of relatable and innovative Cali-Country, featuring her powerhouse vocals that are full of infectious soul and a touch of twang. It’s this kind of versatility that fans can expect from Trout’s upcoming debut EP.
“Country’s all about telling a story, and that’s why I run to it so much,” Trout shares. “I like to mix a modern pop sound with a story.” She’s been supported by Radio Disney and has opened for Jerrod Niemann, Marshall Tucker Band, and Leigh Nash (Sixpence None the Richer). With her previous releases, Trout has already accumulated over half a million streams.