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THE B-SIDE
Priscilla Block (Mercury Nashville)
2/4/21

WHAT IT IS: Exploding onto the country scene with her TikTok-assisted viral track “Just About Over You,” which peaked both the iTunes Country and All-Genre song charts, Priscilla Block is making moves as she draws in listeners with her unfiltered, relatable songs and catchy melodies. Originally from Raleigh, N.C., the Nashville-based artist promotes self-love, empowerment and acceptance through her own blend of country/pop and Southern rock. Pegged as a 2021 Artist to Watch by Amazon Music, CMT, PANDORA, The Boot, MusicRow, Sounds Like Nashville, Country Now and more, Block is destined for country stardom.
SINGLE: “Just About Over You”
TV: Tamron Hall Show
LIVE: Previously opened for The Chicks, Lady A, Brad Paisley and Luke Bryan
INTERNET: 1.5m+ monthly Spotify listeners; 900k+ followers across all social platforms; 32m+ YouTube impressions in 2020, 4.5m+ combined video views, 31.8k+ subscribers; named in TikTok’s 2020 year-end review
RADIO: Impacted radio on 10/5/20
PRESS: American Songwriter (“Priscilla’s songs emanate authenticity, making others feel they have a place at the table and someone new to relate to”), Rolling Stone, New York Times, The New Yorker (“’Just About Over You,’ a well-crafted lament that propelled her out of the TikTok underground and into the country mainstream”)
PUBLISHING: Warner Chappell