Canadian singer Madison Kozak released a video for her latest released, "OMG ILY."
The video was captured via personal iPhone footage of her first awards week in Nashville, Kozak, 23, said, "We've all been to that party we're not crazy about showing up to, but we are crazy about the one we came with. 'OMG ILY' celebrates that person."
Making recent big city debuts in Los Angeles and New York City, Kozak toured the U.S. and Canada this fall with Morgan Evans, Aaron Watson and Mason Ramsey. In January 2020, she will jet for her premiere trek overseas on Chase Rice's The Pint of Anything Tour. CMT has also announced that Kozak will join Tanya Tucker for the CMT Next Women of Country: Bring My Flowers Now Tour on select dates next spring.
A native of rural Ontario, Canada, Kozak scored a publishing deal with Big Loud as a junior at Belmont University in Nashville. Kozak is signed as the flagship artist of Songs & Daughters, a female-focused label partnership between Big Loud and award-winning songwriter Nicolle Galyon.
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