Singer, Whitney Woerz today released her latest single and accompanying lyric video, “Love Me Not.” The song, written by Whitney, Thomas Kipp Williams (Echosmith), Dan Muckala (Echosmith), and Vanessa Marie Campagna and produced by Glenn Rosestein, demonstrates a growth in Whitney’s songwriting and continues to show her ability to tackle timely issues in an upbeat and positive way. In “Love Me Not,” she has created a pop gem that showcases her skill at crafting catchy hooks and her ability to sincerely discuss a multitude of feelings and emotions ranging from love, to loss, to living life to the fullest. View the video here: https://bit.ly/2OynMBB The song is now available to stream all digital platforms: iTunes // Spotify // Amazon
“”Love Me Not” was written with the image of picking flower petals to the saying of ‘he loves me, he loves me not’ in mind” explains Whitney. “The whole idea that women were once expected to live their lives with only the desires of men in mind, is comical to me. I want “Love Me Not” to be a celebration of loving yourself first and hope that everyone enjoys dancing and having fun with it!”
Last year, Whitney experienced viral success with her single “Idea of Her.” The official video for the song has received over 21 million views to date and the song has been in rotation on Sirius XM. “Idea of Her” also marks the first time Whitney has appeared on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at No. 40.
Whitney has quickly become a voice for her generation whose deep connection to her fans has made a profound impact as proven by her over 120 million views on YouTube. Her strength as a songwriter stems from her ability to poignantly and accurately depict a multitude of relevant teenage issues. She is a teen ambassador for Glenn Close’s non-profit organization, BringChange2Mind and has made a commitment to share a portion of her profits with the organization.