Friday, June 25, 2021 - 8:15am

Texas rancher, songwriter and songstress Jenna Paulette cast her song bait into the world by sharing now-viral clips of her new single’s chorus, and it caught. With 2.5 million views across TikTok, Instagram and Pinterest ahead of its official release, Paulette’s cowgirl country declaration Country In The Girl is available everywhere today via her independent label Grit Brand Entertainment.

“I’m writing the kind of music I want to hear from girls in country music, especially someone that has lived any kind of life outside the city,” shares the Dallas, Texas native. “I’m so excited for everyone to hear the whole song (not just a chorus) and I can’t wait to see where this song takes me.”

Recently signing a Global Publishing Deal with Nashville-based Sea Gayle Music, Paulette asserts her bona fide small town country roots with the post-breakup song written alongside Sea Gayle writers Jeb Gipson and Smith Ahnquist, produced by Will Bundy.
You can put the girl in the country
Dress her up in denim
Coveralls and new Justin boots
Sit her in the saddle
Fix her up with some tackle
But she don’t know the first thing to do
Won’t fix your biscuits like you like ‘em
You can wish and you can try but
You can’t small town her big city world
You can put the girl in the country
But you can’t put the country in the girl
The artist Billboard celebrates for her “traditional and contemporary country influences” and “descriptive storytelling” is a staple of Song Suffragettes, a weekly female singer-songwriter showcase at Nashville’s Listening Room Café. Paulette has also toured with Mason Ramsey and opened for classic country acts Clay Walker and Joe Nichols, as her prior independent releases appeared on Apple Music’s “Breaking Country” playlist, Google Play’s “Country’s New Crop” playlist and Radio Disney.
Additionally, Paulette has appeared on Apple Music’s “The Kelleigh Bannen Show” and Circle TV’s “The Southern Weekend.” CMT named Paulette a Discovery Artist, while Cosmo has touted her as an “artist to pay attention to,” Cliché Magazine describes her music as “the quintessential combination of modern glam and southwestern grit,” further noting, “Jenna Paulette brings a sound all her own.”
For more information, visit and follow on social media @JennaPaulette.