Emerging singer/songwriter Lauren Weintraub debuts today with “She's Mine" via Big Machine Music. Penned alongside Daniel Ross, who also produced the track, Weintraub previewed the song on TikTok, quickly garnering over a million views within the first 48 hours. Unraveling details and unnerving questions of an ex moving on with someone else, she notes: “I wrote ‘She's Mine’ at a very emotional time in my life when I had just gone through my first big heartbreak. After about six months, I was finally starting to feel like myself again until I saw my ex with somebody new. I think everyone knows that insecurity of comparison and wondering if what they have is more special than what you used to have,” shared Weintraub. “I am wildly grateful for those who found me on TikTok and so overwhelmed with the massive response! This is why I love creating music, to reach the core of people’s hearts.”
Weintraub moved from Boston to Nashville in 2017 to attend the Curb School of Entertainment and Music Business at Belmont University and shortly thereafter gained critical recognition. She won the 2018 Recording Academy/Grammy U contest with "Careful Now," while her “If You Were Gonna Leave Anyway” entry for NPR Music’s 2019 Tiny Desk Contest earned a “Top Shelf” designation from a panel of judges including GRAMMY® Award winner Jason Isbell. Nashville Songwriters Association International also named Weintraub “One To Watch,” in addition to an honorable mention in the 19th Annual NSAI Song Contest presented by CMT and Martin Guitars & Strings.
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