Praised by The New York Times as being an “elegant songwriter,” GRAMMY nominee Kelsea Ballerini’s latest single, “Miss Me More,” hails from her acclaimed sophomore album UNAPOLOGETICALLY. The newly released deluxe edition includes four tracks: “Fun and Games,” “I Think I Fell In Love Today,” “Landslide (Live from Nashville)” (Fleetwood Mac), and her new collaboration with The Chainsmokers, “This Feeling,” plus the original 12-track compilation. Headlining THE MISS ME MORE TOUR in 2019 with Brett Young, she’s currently on Keith Urban’s GRAFFITI U WORLD TOUR through the fall, before joining Kelly Clarkson’s MEANING OF LIFE TOUR this winter. Continuing to blaze a trail that’s all her own, Ballerini appears on NBC’s hit music competition series, The Voice, as their first-ever fifth coach during the 10-part Comeback Stage series this season. In addition to being awarded high-profile accolades from ASCAP, iHeartRadio, Billboard, and Radio Disney, plus several breakthrough female artist nods from ACM and CMT, the Black River Entertainment artist is nominated for Female Vocalist of the Year at The 52nd Annual CMA Awards. Ballerini remains the only female artist in the genre’s history, including female duos and groups, to claim #1 with her first three consecutive singles [PLATINUM-certified, #1 smashes – “Love Me Like You Mean It,” “Dibs,” “Peter Pan”] from a debut album [GOLD-certified breakout THE FIRST TIME].