Jade Mya releases her new single “This Girl Don’t” this week, and it’s a sassy, bold new track from the Canadian singer who fuses country and rock with rootsy beats, electric guitar, and strong vocals.
“The third single off my album, ‘This Girl Don’t’, deeply resonates with me, as it specifically talks about the struggles faced by women of my generation,” says Mya. “This song achieves the difficult task of talking about a serious topic but with a wild sense of humour.”
The single is reminiscent of Shania Twain’s “That Don’t Impress Me Much”, and it’s all about Mya’s fiery personality, and her message to empower women.
“This Girl Don’t” was co-produced by award-winning producers 17-time Juno nominee Justin Gray, and Tino Izzo, in collaboration with Mya, and will be released through Independent Label Services Group, a Toronto-based international entertainment distributor and marketing company for Caroline International, a division of Universal Music Group.
Mya’s sound and style is heavily influenced by pop-country icons like Shania Twain, and Dolly Parton, in part because of their music and lyrics, but also because of their commanding personas.
Mya will head out on tour across Canada in June and July, with stops in Montreal, Ottawa, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton and Regina. Her new album, Dirt Covered Rhinestone, will be released in September, and will also include Mya’s previous two hit singles, “Dirt Covered Rhinestone”, and “Can’t Stop Loving You”.