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Riley Clemmons drops new strength-filled power ballad 'Fighting For Me'

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Fri, Mar 29th 2019 06:15 pm

19-year-old singer, songwriter Riley Clemmons is unveiling a brand new single, “Fighting For Me,” today. “Fighting For Me” is set to hit radio on April 19, serving as a follow-up to her breakthrough hit “Broken Prayers” and “Better For It,” which received Radio Disney airplay. The first to know of the new music was her thousands of fans on Instagram.

"I sat down with my co-writers and we were thinking about what unites everyone, what do we all want and all have in common,” Clemmons explained. “We landed on the idea that everyone wants love, to be loved, and to be fought for. I think that is the beautiful thing about God. He sees us, and his heart is of kindness and acceptance. I hope this song reminds people of how valued and worthy they are, and how all of our flaws are seen and accepted.”

2018 proved to be a firework of a year for the pop singer/songwriter who released her self-titled debut on Capitol CMG to a notable 35 million global career streams. Clemmons wrapped the year as one of SoundExchange's 2018 Year End Top 20 Breakout Artists, coming in at No. 12. “Fighting For Me” marks Clemmons' first new music in 2019.

To listen to the newest from Clemmons, click HERE

About Riley Clemmons

Clemmons is a Nashville-based singer/songwriter signed to Capitol CMG whose sound is pop with spiritual depth. Her debut single, “Broken Prayers,” skyrocketed at radio upon its release in early 2018, and has currently amassed 35 million global career streams. The singer began writing at the age of 13 while maintaining the full-time demands of being a student. Fast forward five years, one finds a seasoned songstress who has collaborated with some of the most talked-about writers on Music Row, including Emily Weisband and Josh Kerr. 2018 marked the debut of her full-length, self-titled album.

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