Herb “Harlem on the Prairie” Jeffries, was one of Harlem’s first cowboys, so it’s great to hear of rising country singer/songwriter Reyna Roberts as she continues to Stompin the country for fans with the unmatched success of her stand-out single, “Stompin’ Grounds.”
This hard-hitting Alabama anthem has recently been picked up by ESPN and was featured during Monday Night Football.
“Roberts is a black woman singing bangers like “Stompin’ Grounds” that would fit right in on country radio. Carrie Underwood is already a fan.” – Marissa R. Moss, Rolling Stone Country
In addition, “Stompin’ Grounds” can now be found on the official ESPN Music ‘Grind Mode’ playlist on Spotify. The triumph of the single is a direct reflection of Robert’s genuine southern roots and provides a window to her experiences of growing up and having family in the South.
Here she is in “Stompin’ Grounds” :
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Reyna continues to strive for stardom. Remaining humble and forever thankful for the support of her passions, she continues to make headlines in features for notable media outlets across the world including Rolling Stone, Billboard, American Songwriter, The Boot, and Wide Open Country to name a few. Fans will not want to miss what Roberts has in store for the coming months! This is only the beginning for the elite entertainer, Reyna Roberts!
From a young age, Reyna’s parents (both Army veterans) exposed her to many artists across various genres of music: Aretha Franklin, The Chicks, Led Zeppelin, Christina Aguilera, Gretchen Wilson, Destiny’s Child, and Journey to name a few. This early exposure to music created the soundtrack of her life. Reyna’s first performance was at three years old at a bar in Fairbanks, Alaska where she sang “Lady Marmalade.”
In 2014, Reyna recorded her first song, “Lying to Myself,” illustrating a crush on the captain of her high school wrestling team. In addition to her athletic abilities and undying passion for music, Reyna is also an active volunteer within the community. She has performed to assist in fundraising efforts for organizations such as Rett Syndrome Awareness, The Wounded Warrior Project, Teen Impact Affiliates, and the Empowerment Project.
Because of family experiences with PTSD and other mental health disorders, Reyna is a committed advocate in supporting military service members and veterans.
Reyna is gearing up to release her first single, “Stompin’ Grounds,” produced by Noah Henson, with Oath Management and represented by 2911 Media. With undeniable charisma, the possibilities are endless for the groundbreaking entertainer, Reyna Roberts.
“Stompin’ Grounds” is available to download and stream on all digital platforms.