Glitter Rose's “American Girl” is a Riveting Blend of Country and Rock

There are few things more powerful and inspiring than a righteous “girl power” song. Whether it is asserting one’s strength in a feminist movement, or expressing feelings of liberation and sexuality, there is something enticing and intriguing about a female who is not ashamed to let loose, rock it out, and shred with the best of them. The newest track release American Girl from Texas rocker Glitter Rose proves that women of the millennium, now more than ever are ruthless contenders, musically armed and ready to maintain their stronghold among the greatest acts of all time.

American Girl is a riveting blend of country and rock sounds that conjure up the nuances of the American spirit. The song presents an entertaining story through illustrative versus and Glitter Rose’s expressive vocals. She demonstrates an attractive vocal range that captures the dynamic progressions of the track and varying degrees of energy passed between the versus and hard-driving chorus. Her vocals are distinctly rock and are delivered clearly and precisely, flowing with plenty of personality and saucy spirit. Music fans that enjoy the sound and style of Miranda Lambert will readily embrace Glitter’s track as it draws on fiery lyrics and fierce independence.

The lyrics on American Girl are certain to empower much like many “girl power” hits of the last decade and earlier. Rousing up unsurmountable energy, Glitter Rose tells a story about a small town girl in the big city from a unique perspective. The song will resound with women as witness to resilience and perception. Men on the other hand, will walk away with an appreciation for the distinct stories that women bring into life experiences. Glitter quickly captures the vitality, vibrance, and individuality of women through a sweet Southern Rock composition.

Both country and rock music fans will enjoy the accompaniment on the record. Rock guitars and angry riffs alongside Glitter’s powerful vocals amplify the performance of the song while bluesy background vocals add a classic feel to the track. American Girl definitely wrestles with the boys of rock and roll with heart-pounding drums, and fierce electric guitars; the track will surely create a defining moment for women across the world.

Known as the Outlaw Southern Rocker, Glitter Rose got her start in music at the age of 13. A singer, songwriter, and guitarist, she was was the recipient of the Artists in Music Award for ‘Best Rock Artist’ and ‘Album of the Year’ (‘Dead or Alive’) in 2013. She was also awarded ‘Best Music Video’ by the Bare Bones International Film Festival for her video release “Buda Negra” during the same year. In 2014, she scooped up 4 awards from the Artists in Music Awards including ‘Best Southern Rock Artist’, ‘Best Music Video’ (“Buda Negra”), ‘Performer of the Year’, and ‘Artist of the Year’.

Having received accolades from fans and organizations far and wide, Glitter was also nominated for the ‘Texas State Artist-State Musician’ title by the Texas Commission of the Arts. In addition to her music endeavors, Glitter is an avid participant in charity work including hosting the Susan G. Komen Charity Auction held in Beverly Hills. Her release “American Girl”, which is the title track of the feature film ‘American Girl’ has already garnered thousands of plays across YouTube; the sought after songstress even landed a role in the film. On the heels of her first international performance in Germany, Glitter Rose who is known for her breathtaking talent and remarkable performance is commanding the spotlight and embarking on one spectacular journey.

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Mika Lucio, a native of Staten Island, NY got her start in music as a college radio DJ at Bradford College in Massachusetts. She received her degree in Communications from Old Dominion University. As a trained dancer and recording artist, Lucio has appeared on national television on shows such as BET’s 106 & Park. Managed by Ruishella Sellers of Myjestik Entertainment, Mika recorded her first album at 19 years old with Hampton Roads indie group M.E.C. An avid music lover of all genres, she is always looking for fresh new music to add to her digital collection.