NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Rising songstress Mikayla Lane releases her newest single, "Ambush,"and the music video, which premiered on CMT.comtoday. Cowgirl Magazine exclusively premiered a first listen to the track noting, "Mikayla is bringing a vibrant, fresh sound to today’s country music scene...and we can’t get enough!"
To stream and download "Ambush," click HERE and to watch the music video, click HERE.
Written by Mikayla and John Conrad and produced by Jimmy Ritchey (Jake Owen, Clay Walker, Mark Chesnutt), "Ambush" brings a spunky, cowgirl-themed tale of unexpected love on the range and offers up a western-esque vibe.
"Ambush is your typical love story song but with a twist and some irony mixed in. Many have described it as 'James Bond meets southwestern music' and I couldn’t agree more! It’s about a girl who isn’t looking for love and along the way out of nowhere she gets 'ambushed' by love when she least expected it," shared Mikayla.
Recently, Mikayla performed at Troy Aikman's Highway To Henryetta music festival, which was created by Aikman to benefit his hometown high school's academic and athletic programs. The festival was headlined by country icon Blake Shelton with additional performances from Pat Green, Josh Abbott Band and Stoney LaRueamong others.
Lauded by Tulsa People as a “singer/songwriter who is taking the music industry by storm,” Mikayla is not only embraced by her loyal fanbase, but also caught the eye of Shelton at the tender age of 13 when she was added to his OIe Red talent roster.
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About Mikayla Lane:
Seventeen-year-old Mikayla Lane is ambitious and driven--traits branded by her upbringing, lifestyle, personality and passions. With heart, vision and talent beyond her years, she knows what she wants and she is determined to chase her dream; her pursuit began early on. Mikayla was just 13 when she earned a spot on Blake Shelton’s OIe Red talent roster, which originated in Shelton’s hometown of Tishomingo, Oklahoma and Mikayla’s home state. She has become a staple at the venue in Tishomingo and has appeared on the Ole Red stages in Nashville, Gatlinburg and Orlando. The country music starlet has become a “fan-favorite” at a variety of notable venues, including Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa where she opened for Jon Wolfe. She is the venue’s youngest supporting act to date.
The songstress has written and co-produced a catalog of original tunes. As a tween, Mikayla recorded and released her debut EP, Rooftop Nights, and has since released seven studio recordings. She co-wrote and co-produced the single “Superman,” recorded in her bedroom and now approaching 80,000 streams, along with the corresponding music video, which premiered on CMT.com in October 2020. Mikayla also co-wrote and co-produced the single, “Drive” in 2021 and the track catapulted to the Top 10 on Spotify’s New Music Nashville.
In September 2021, Mikayla introduced her sophomore recording project, Miles From Nowhere, featuring four originals that embrace her western lifestyle. In keeping with family tradition and their mutual passion for rodeo and the lifestyle, Mikayla was recently named as the official spokesperson for the nation’s largest youth rodeo, the Vegas Tuffest Junior World Championship.