Epic Records (Sony) singer/songwriter JESSIE JAMES DECKER debuts Top 5 on Billboard’s Current Country Albums Chart this week with her newly released EP GOLD. The 5-song project, which blends “homey country twang with bright pop sparkle” (Los Angeles Times), sold more than 12,000 albums and 17,000 songs in its first week of release, giving Jessie her highest first week sales to date. GOLD has amassed more than 800,000 streams in the seven days since it was released.
Late last week, Jessie shared a series of video vignettes for songs from the newly released project. Her family, including husband Eric Decker and children Vivi and Bubby, are featured in the clip for title track, “Gold.” View all the videos HERE.
Produced by Daniel Agee and recorded at his studio in Nashville, the project’s sultry lead single “Lights Down Low,” has garnered more than 6.5 million streams on Spotify. GOLD features tracks written by powerhouse songwriters Jeffrey Steele and Jesse Frasure and Grammy winning artist Maren Morris. Jessie is co-writer on two of the EP’s five tracks.
About Jessie James Decker: Country Music singer/songwriter and style entrepreneur Jessie James Decker began singing at nine years old and was already attracting attention in Music City for her gritty, genuine vocals by the age of fifteen. Her 2009 self-titled debut album features the GOLD certified single “Wanted.” In 2014, she released her Comin’ Home EP, which reached #1 on the iTunes chart and #5 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums Chart. Decker’s new single, “Lights Down Low,” written with Alyssa Bonagura, released on Epic Records in partnership with Thirty Tigers and New Revolution and is the lead single from her newly released EP GOLD.
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