Dakota Danielle - “Small Town Talk”

Check out the world premiere of this track from Dakota Danielle’s new EP here!

Dakota Danielle showcases her burgeoning talent on her new four song EP My Mother’s Daughter and her new single from that EP, “Small Town Talk,” is available here to listen.

A note from Dakota on "Small Town Talk": This song was one that just needed to be written. Living in a town with a population of 1,600 people - it's really easy to get caught up in all the gossip. I started this song in Nashville when I was working the 10pm-6am shift at The Fontanel. I was being reflective on my high school years to present, and all of a sudden my first verse and most of the chorus was written. I brought my friend Jessilynn Kidd in on this song because I knew she would be able to relate. It was a quick and fun write for us. I decided to put this on the EP because I really connect to it. It's a song that helped me release my emotions and then move on.

About Dakota Danielle:
Small town sensation Dakota Danielle broke into the country scene with the release of her debut single “One Church” last year, which quickly and independently garnered over 54k streams on Spotify. After the video premiered on The Country Network, Dakota followed with the release of her sophomore single "Forever." The highly relatable, slightly nostalgic songs are self-penned and produced by Mookie & Evan with Michael J. Clouse III (Jeff Buckley, The Rolling Stones’ Nicky Hopkins, Thin Lizzy’s Marco Mendoza). Influenced by artists ranging from Dolly Parton to Chris Stapleton and Aretha Franklin, the 26-year-old singer songwriter will bring a fresh twist to country music.

The Illinois native is taking Nashville by storm after completing a degree in Commercial Songwriting at Middle Tennessee State University. Grinding to make a name for herself, Dakota’s unparalleled work ethic is evident with her regular appearances at Music City’s hottest venues. With a guitar in one hand and a pen in the other, her goal is to inspire and heal fans through her deeply personal, yet charismatic music.