Willie Jones drops his latest jam with “Them Girls Do.” Listen here.
“‘Them Girls Do’ gives a peek on what many of us look for in a girlfriend: a chameleon. Someone who can flip it by being proper and polite and then – bam – possess that danger gene. Think ‘…A little Sunday morning, a little Friday night,’” said Jones. “I wrote this song with my friends Nick Autry and Justin Ebach in Los Angeles, at The Penthouse Studios. We wanted a different type of party vibe and when those opening banjo licks get goin’, you just wanna turn up. I’m not afraid of a little mischief but most of the time, it ain’t me starting it, it’s ‘Them Girls.’”
“Them Girls Do” follows “Get Low, Get high (Part 2),” Jones’ impactful collaboration with GRAMMY Award winner Jon Batiste and Pastor Michael Todd.
Jones is primed to return to Europe as part of the C2C Festival in London, and will perform at GoldenSky Festival in Sacramento, CA. Between it all he is writing and recording new music with fresh releases expected soon.
ABOUT WILLIE JONES:
Sony Music Nashville / The Penthouse innovator and “country-trap iconoclast” (Grammy.com) Willie Jones blasted on the scene with his critically acclaimed debut album Right Now, which featured his lauded single “American Dream.” Named one of the 12 Black Artists Shaping Country Music’s Future by USA Today, Jones most recently released “Them Girls Do” and “Get Low, Get High (Part 2),” a collaboration with GRAMMY Award winner Jon Batiste and Pastor Michael Todd. Previously a solo release, “Get Low, Get High” serves as a rumination on embracing life’s valleys to truly appreciate the peaks. With new verses from Batiste and Todd rounding out the anthem, Part 2 amplifies the universal truth as the three musicians from all walks of life lend their voices to the message. Additionally, Jones’ version of “Bein’ Green,” appears in Amazon Music’s documentary “For Love & Country,” which declares country music has always been Black music and examines the complicated history of the genre. The rising artist serves as an ambassador for Ford Motor Company and has been covered by NPR All Things Considered, Forbes, Rolling Stone, E! News, PEOPLE, MTV and more, while performing at noteworthy festivals such as Stagecoach, CMA Fest, and Lollapalooza between tours with artists including Kidd G and more.