Ballerini rolls up the welcome mat "(For Good)"
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Ballerini rolls up the welcome mat "(For Good)"

Friday, August 11, 2023 – What started out as a way for Kelsea Ballerini to sort out the end of her marriage to Morgan Evans now is out in an expanded form with the release today of "Rolling Up The Welcome Mat (For Good)." Today's release contains seven songs including a live version of "Penthouse (Healed Version)." The disc also contains an updated "Blindsided (Yeah, Sure, Okay)" to reflect the lyrics added during her Saturday Night Live performance and the brand-new "How Do I Do This."

O.N.E. The Duo – the mother/daughter duo of Tekitha and Prana- are out with "Blood Harmony." Prana is the daughter of hip hop legend RZA, the founder of Wu-Tang Clan. The 12 songs have a folky/Americana vibe with country, hip hop, soul, R&B and jazz part of the mix.

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