While traditionalists may roll their eyes at this song, it's relatable to people her age and a genius idea for a song. Fellow songwriters Kalie Shorr and Savannah Keyes can be heard at the end of the video saying, "Is that not the most encouraging thing you've ever heard in your life?" and "I kid you not, I feel like I could go take on the world right now," showing the instant effect of the song on a crowd.
The increase of young country artists and younger country listeners isn't a very new phenomnenon, but it's still an adjustment for those used to hearing songs about divorces and marriages on the radio. Emily Reid is part of a new and interesting age in country music, where pop music and pop culture are present in the music, but the traditions are still upheld. Country music will always be country music, no matter if the songs are about blue-collar life or Brad Pitt. Reid is a great example of this new, interesting type of writing emerging in the genre.
Listen to "Jennifer Aniston" below.