After months of teasing its creation, gold-selling fan favorite country pop singer, songwriter, television star, fashion designer, beauty influencer, and entrepreneur Jessie James Decker will release her second full-length album and first for Epic RecordsSouthern Girl City Lights, on October 13, 2017.

On Friday September 1, the record’s pre-order goes live and unlocks an instant grat download of the single “Southern Girl City Lights.

It will be available at all digital retailers starting Friday September 1.

Kicking off this musical chapter, “Southern Girl City Lights” showcases her passionate, powerhouse voice over rich and robust production. It’s an immediately irresistible anthem that represents Decker’s prowess as a vocalist, songwriter, and presence. It’s also the perfect introduction toSouthern Girl City Lights.

In other big news, Decker’s smash hit television series Eric & Jessie returns for a third season on E! Wednesday September 6, 2017. Be sure to tune in for another season of unforgettable daily adventures starring the songstress and her husband.

Earlier this year, her powerful live Blackbird Sessions EP clinched #2 on iTunes Top Country Albums Chart and #6 on the Overall Top Albums Chart. She was also tapped to host the Red Carpet at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards in addition to landing features from the Los Angeles TimesDU JourPeopleRolling StonePop SugarE!Access HollywoodUS Weekly, and more.

Decker has a host of surprises in store over the next few weeks leading up to the release. Be on the lookout for more very soon!

Jessie James Decker remains one of country music’s “realest” stars. The singer’s intimate and inimitable immediately captivated listeners everywhere on her 2009 self-titled debut, which yielded the gold-certified single “Wanted.” Most recently, 2016’s Gold soared to #1 on iTunes Top Country Albums chart and took #5 on the Billboard Current Country Albums Chart. Hitting the road, she sold out every date of her tour. Now, she keeps it real once again on her most personal offering yet, Southern Girl City Lights—out October 13.

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