NASHVILLE, Tenn. – With support from CMT, 16-year-old songstress Hillary Reese spotlights her hometown in Mississippi throughout the video for her new single, "All the Good Ones are Crazy."Directed by Forrest Proctor, the scenes capture Hillary's spunky spirit and pride for her heritage. Watch the video for "All the Good Ones are Crazy" HERE.
Describing Hillary as "mature beyond her years," The Country Note's Janeen Megloranzo exclusively premiered the video for "All the Good Ones are Crazy," noting that Hillary "made sure to keep the video true to the hometown girl she is."
“The video was filmed in my hometown at the local senior citizens building and laundromat, surprisingly. All of the characters in the video were the real people and their real names were used in the song, so everyone is really getting a good inside look at my family," shared Hillary.
Cowgirl Magazine exclusively premiered the first listen to "All the Good Ones are Crazy," which was produced by former Little Texas Member, Jeff Huskins, and written by Hillary, Josh Courson and Jason Hamor. "If you love true authentic country lyrics and music with a twist, and you’re not afraid to be yourself and embrace it, then you’ll love Hillary’s sound!" lauded Cowgirl Magazine's Carly Billington.
Donna Block described the track as "old school country/rock with an edge," while Makila Wheatley praised the "really catchy beat that’ll have people bopping their heads and tapping their toes from the opening verse." "This singer-songwriter is incredible! With over 100K+ streams on her music, at just 16-years-old, Hillary Reese is becoming one of our favorites," added Je'Kayla Crawford.
A triple threat, singer/songwriter/instrumentalist, Hillary has a sound all her own that connects across generations of fans and genres. Her vocals and lyrics offer a balance between the charm of a southern belle and the ferocity of a steel magnolia. At only 8-years-old, Hillary emerged on the music scene through a series of viral Facebook videos, which fast-tracked to millions of views and a loyal following of over 300,000 fans. She quickly found herself traveling frequently to Nashville where she has collaborated with industry heavyweights including Huskins and Dolly Parton's producer, Kent Wells.