Four years after RaeLynn stunned on The Voice and landed Blake Shelton as a mentor, the Texas singer delivers a debut album of contemporary country-pop that’s honest, gritty, and delicately defiant. She masterfully balances confidence and vulnerability, sending an ex to voicemail on “Lonely Call,” fending off jealousy on “Insecure,” and letting herself daydream on “Diamonds.” On the standout title track, she refuses to be tamed: “If you wanna love me, understand/You gotta be down with the way I am/All my flaws and all my quirks/All my glitter, all my dirt.”

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