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Her self-titled EP, which charted at No. 43 on iTunes (2017), flawlessly ties together the origin of the “Bailey Callahan Diary” past and present, and with a hopeful future. She expertly balances young-hearted romanticism with maturity to offer an irrevocably relatable quality that “CallaFans,” and country music fans alike, can latch onto. Outtakes such as “Another Ex” (a tune Kelsea Ballerini considered cutting) offers listeners an intensely personal look into unrequited love while “Wildcard” reveals the uncharted territory that comes with new-found romance.
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