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Tanner Adell Graces Latest Edition Of Spotify’s Frequency Zine

From the beach to the mountains, Tanner Adell is breaking down walls in country music.

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE - OCTOBER 26: Tanner Adell attends CMT Smashing Glass: A Celebration of the Groundbreaking Women of Music at The Fisher Center for the Performing Arts on October 26, 2023 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images for CMT)

Unapologetic country songstress Tanner Adell is breaking down walls in the world of country music. From Manhattan Beach, California to Utah Valley University to Nashville, Tennessee, the unconventional songwriter is featured on this month’s Spotify Frequency Zine and CS Country has two exclusive photos for you.

Spotify’s Frequency program is a year-round initiative highlighting Black artistry and humanities, both in and off of Spotify. Art, entertainment, creativity, culture and community are all commemorated and honored through this initiative, and Adell is the face of this month’s #FrequencyZine at @OurFrequency.

Earlier in the year, Adell spoke with Celeb Secrets’ Juliet Schroder regarding her move to music city and how she began cutting her teeth in the city. Her deal with Columbia Records followed after amassing nearly 400K followers on TikTok, 1.75M monthly Spotify listeners and 1.1M YouTube views. She grew up as a bi-racial female spending time in both California and Wyoming, relishing her favorite musical influences from Destiny’s Child to Britney Spears to Keith Urban.

Her summer 2023 debut, Buckle Bunny, houses songs such as “FU-150” and “Trailer Park Barbie” and serves as the essential female-empowerment collection that country music needs.

Keep up with #OurFrequency at @OurFrequency on Twitter and @OurFrequency on Instagram. Let us know your thoughts on Adell’s music, by leaving a reaction below.


Written by Brianna Vacca

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