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13 Year Old Singer Impresses Lainey Wilson, Jelly Roll | WATCH HERE!

13 Year Old Singer Impresses Lainey Wilson, Jelly Roll | WATCH HERE!

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A young budding singer got the attention of country music’s biggest stars after singing Lainey Wilson ‘s “Heart Like a Truck” while getting her hair done. 

In a video posted to TikTok by Noah Peters — otherwise known as the Singing Barber — 13-year-old Rilee showed off her impressive pipes as she sat in Peters’ chair. 

@theesingingbarber Sweet Rilee is only 13 years old. She has never sang in front of anyone. @Lainey Wilson i want you to see this!!!! #singingbarber ♬ original sound – Noah Peters

“She has never sang in front of anyone. @Lainey Wilson I want you to see this!!!!” he captioned the clip, which shows the teen belting out Wilson’s popular tune as Peters bobs his head in the background and gets lost in her singing. The video has racked up nearly 14 million views at the time of publication. 

Rilee’s performance caught the attention of Wilson, who wrote, “Let’s go!!! Sing it girl,” as well as other country artists.

“She sounds incredible to be so young! Tell her [to] keep chasing that dream, keep singing from the soul young lady!” wrote Jelly Roll, who took home the CMA Award for New Artist of the Year in November and was recently nominated for two Grammy Awards, including Best New Artist and Best Country Duo/Pop Performance for his and Wilson’s song “Save Me.”

“You killed that Rilee! Keep it up,” wrote Luke Combs, while Morgan Wallen added, “She got somethin special! Keep goin.”

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Other social media users couldn’t get enough of Rilee’s stunning performance, with one person writing, “She makes me want to actually give country a try… her voice is effortless and so beautiful.” Another added, “That natural twang, yes girl you keep singing your little heart out and chase those dreams.”

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