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5/1/20

Fresh off earning her first Country radio chart-topper with “I Hope,” Warner Music Nashville’s Gabby Barrett has announced her highly anticipated debut album Goldmine, set for release on 6/19.

“I’ve been writing for this project for almost two years, pulling together who I am as an artist and working hard with my team to make this album an expression of that. To see it come together like this feels amazing and is such a huge blessing,” shares first-time ACM New Female Artist of the Year nominee Barrett.

She also revealed the track list with the help of 13 superfans who were chosen to uncover the title of one track until fans pieced the puzzle together through social media. Co-produced by Grammy-nominee Ross Copperman and Zachary Kale, Barrett touts 12 songwriting credits on the 13-track Goldmine, which includes previously released tracks like “The Good Ones,” “Hall Of Fame,” “I Hope” remix f/Charlie Puth as well as the newly-released “Got Me” f/Shane & Shane.

Goldmine is available for pre-order here.

Tracklist:

1. “I Hope”
2. “Thank God”
3. “Write It on My Heart”
4. “Footprints on the Moon”
5. “You’re the Only Reason”
6. “Goldmine”
7. “The Good Ones”
8. “Jesus & My Mama”
9. “Hall of Fame“
10. “Got Me” f/Shane & Shane
11. “Rose Needs a Jack”
12. “Strong”
13. “I Hope” f/Charlie Puth