She’s a true cowgirl, and she’s not letting anyone dull her glimmer.

Kylie Frey is a new name in the country music scene, but she’s on track to be overtaking it.

She’s added her own Western-inspired spins on classic songs that we know and love such as “Girls Just Want To Have Fun,” but she’s not a cover artist by any means.

Frey’s songwriting often reflects the experiences and memories from her life, making each lyric authentic and raw. Her songs explore and reveal how growing up in the rodeo environment shaped her with many of her hits displaying a “true-to-yourself” grit and determination.

“Sincere in her convictions and too real to dismiss, even for ardent country haters, her sound both typifies and transcends the genre,” her website states.

Frey is a third-generation rodeo girl and goat-tying champion in Louisiana. Her song “Rodeo Girl” is rooted in her upbringing and is a story about a girl coming to terms with who she is.

“It (Rodeo Girl) features a sound that’s equally sure of itself and a vocal just as pure,” her website says about the song.

In a genre that emphasizes ruggedness, Kylie’s glittery and glamorous approach to her songs, branding and image is a fresh breath of air

Her hard work to make it big hasn’t gone unnoticed. She’s notched four “Number #1” spots on the Texas Regional Radio Report with her songs “Rodeo Man,” “Too Bad,” “One Night In Tulsa” and “Spur of the Moment,” all making the charts.

Kylie further made chart history with her song “Spur of the Moment” being the fastest rising “Number #1” song by a female artist, according to her website.

Kylie’s songs makes us want to dust off our cowboy boots and take a trip to the rodeo! So, here’s a playlist of some of her best songs to listen to before you attend the big show.

  • "The Chase"

  • "Me and These Boots"

  • "One Night In Tulsa"

  • "Horses In Heaven"

  • "Rodeo Queen"

  • "Too Bad"

  • "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun"