Raised by award-winning country superstar Lee Ann Womack, and singer/songwriter Jason Sellers, it's no surprise that the young artist brings an incredible amount of talent to the stage.
Beyond talent, Aubrie Sellers says that she cares less about popularity and more about passion when it comes to music.
"I'd rather my music be polarizing than everyone like it, because they rarely do. I think passion is a lot deeper than that. I want to go deeper, and be honest that life isn't just some party and going out."
When she made her Grand Ole Opry debut on January 16th, 2016, the singer gave the crowds a taste of her passionate music with her performance of "Losing Ground" absolutely enchanting the crowd.
The young singer takes her approach to music in an entirely new direction. The world according to Aubrie Lee Sellers isn't just party, party, party, but there's actually time to reflect, romance, and revel in the experiences, heartbreak, and never-ending wonder of life. She even says that she has noticed a rift between some people her age.
"We are all looking for the same kinds of things, but I feel disconnected from a lot of people my age, whether it's the lack of direction or focus...or the idea the goal is to be famous - not for something, but just famous..."
Sellers revealed in a recent interview that "Losing Ground" is the closest song to her heart from her debut album and that it reveals a lot about life.
"[It's] the most personal song on the album, and I wrote that one by myself. And I’m a very anxious person, and those feelings are something I’ve dealt with before. That song is about having ups and downs in life and many doctors think they can throw pills at people who are depressed or anxious without thinking about really helping the person."
Her debut album, New City Blues, was released on January 29th, 2016 on her label, Carnival Music.
Watch this young singer's stunning Opry debut in the video below, and be sure to listen for her on the radio!
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