American Blonde are sending out an important message in their new song, "Why Girl," and they're letting Taste of Country readers hear it first in an exclusive premiere.

“'Why Girl' was written for the girls who keep searching for love in all of the wrong places," they tell ToC. "We hope this song helps those realize the importance of discovering your self worth, and to stop settling when they deserve so much better.”

"Why do let him make you cry / Losing your light, living a lie / Don’t tell me you’re fine / You’re not fine ‘cause / You, you’re always looking so blue / Burning your time on the devil in disguise / Oh why? / Yeah, why girl why?" they sing in the chorus.

The country duo of Natalia (Nata) and Christina (Tinka) Morris formed after the breakup of their former group, Southern Halo, a trio that also included their youngest sister, Hannah. That teenage trio experienced success with songs including 2015's "Little White Dress," as well as "Anything Is Possible," "I Think Too Much" and "Don't Let Another Day Go By." When Hannah decided to leave in 2020 to pursue more formal education, the remaining sisters realized it was the perfect time to rebrand and introduce fans to who they are today.

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See the Most Played Country Song from the Year You Were Born

Who had the most played country song during the year you were born? This list is a fascinating time capsule of prevalent trends from every decade in American history. Scroll through to find your birth year and then click to listen. Some of these songs have been lost through the years, many of them for good reason!

Men named Hank dominated early before stars like Freddie Hart, Ronnie Milsap, Willie Nelson Clint Black took over to close the 1980s. More recently it's been Tim Mcgraw, Rodney Atkins, Kane Brown and Morgan Wallen. Did the most-played country song from the year you were born become a favorite of yours later? All info comes from Billboard's country airplay charts.

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