NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Emerging artist Jarod Grubb releases "What She's Drinkin' On" and the official music video, which premiered on Country Sway, today. The upbeat, playful track was written by Grubb and produced by Wayne Killius (Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton, Toby Keith) and Ron Cornelius (Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen). To stream and download "What She's Drinkin' On," click HERE. SCENES Media exclusively premiered a first listen that included Grubb's "great behind-the-scenes" lyric video, while Country Sway debuted the music video that "showcases Grubb's talent and leaves listeners wanting more." The video was shot atRory Feek's Red King Productions, located in a historic former Packard Dealership in the heart of Columbia, Tennessee. "The inspiration behind the song was initially from my sister. She's absolutely hilarious and one day said to me that she acts differently while consuming certain types of booze. Specifically, she acts crazy when she drinks rum and red wine is like a truth serum for her. That got me thinking about some women I had hung around in the past and that was how the song was born!" Grubb explained. To stay up-to-date with Jarod Grubb, follow him on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter andjarodgrubbmusic.com. About Jarod Grubb: Hailing from northwest Montana, Grubb grew up near Glacier National Park. His love of nature and beautiful places extends to oceans, beaches and palm trees where he has found inspiration for his music. After fronting a band in Boise, Idaho, Grubb moved to Nashville where he played venues including Tootsies, 4 Corners Marina on Percy Priest Lake and Margaritaville Hotel. These venues along with writers rounds and mentoring from Billy Currington’s lead guitar player, Gary Tackett, guided Grubb to his first producer and ultimately his freshman EP. Most recently, Grubb released his ‘invigorating and fresh track (Medium.com),’ “Tiki Bar On The Beach,” and the ‘fun and flirty (The Tennessee Star)’ music video to the single. The video has amassed over 104,000 YouTube streams to date and was directed by Andrew Kiaruscuro, who was recently awarded Best Director for the TV pilot Mind Heist.