With a powerful voice and a big dream, a hopeful 17-year-old Mallary Hope left Cohutta, Georgia for Nashville to pursue a career in music. After countless hours of hard work and knocking on doors up and down Music Row, she established herself as a notable songwriter with songs cut by popular artists like Faith Hill, Sara Evans, Lauren Alaina, Jana Kramer, and Danny Gokey. Now signed with Curb Records, she has just released her new album 'Out of My Hands' last April. Her new music video 'Me' has spread rapidly on facebook with over 10K likes and 14.7K shares since its debut.
In an interview with New Release Today, Mallary states, "Me' is a special reminder, even for myself, that I don't have to change who I am or conform to the world to fit in. I am loved and am enough just the way I am. It's easy to forget the beauty God created us for. I want this song to remind people of that beauty and to feel encouraged that 'it's okay to be me."