Every now and then, a song comes along that sticks. You hear it once and can’t get it out of your head. Jordyn Stoddard’s “Bad Baby” does just that. It’s on a mental loop.
With a bold voice and sultry track, the country-pop artist is releasing her melody-driven, self-penned “Bad Baby” on Friday.
“I’ve been thinking ‘bout you bad baby, on my mind lately
I get lost when I’m laying on your chest
We might be rushing into this, but it’s worth the risk
If you’re down for whatever’s next
I’ve been thinking bout you bad baby bad baby bad”
Stoddard’s crystal clear vocals shine through on this track, as her lyrics prove to be honest and relatable. While the 21-year-old’s innocence teeters on the brink of passion, you can’t help but imagine swaying along to this tune with a special someone.
The Jacksonville, Fla. native blends country’s soul and pop’s edge to create a distinct crossover sound. Based in Nashville, Stoddard takes the stage with her signature turquoise Taylor guitar around Music City regularly.
Produced by two-time Toronto Independent Music Award-winning Johnny Simmen, and co-written by Peyton Porter, “Bad Baby” is Stoddard’s first release since her debut album in 2015, Southern Tide.
The 11-song project hit number six on Billboard’s Heatseeker Chart in its opening week and reached top 40 on Apple Music’s Country Music Daily chart.
No stranger to the spotlight, Stoddard has opened for some of country’s biggest stars, including Jason Aldean Florida Georgia Line, Tyler Farr, Lee Brice, Jerrod Niemann, Michael Ray, Easton Corbin and more.
Jordyn Stoddard is on our minds now, and we’re excited to see what else this Florida girl has up her sleeve!