More than anything. McKenna Faith has an undeniably addicting voice. Like country superstar Carrie Underwood, her voice is the thing that truly brings attention to her as an artist. This was shown even from her first releases, and all the way to this one, her first official radio release. On the EP, this is one of the most striking songs, because of Faith's vocal delivery, and also the topic. Faith brings in her signature sass and a girl power element in the vein of rising country star Kelsea Ballerini. She croons, "If you want it / really want it / you gotta work it / work for it." She's saying that if this man wants her, he's going to have to make her want to stay, because she's not easy to win over.
Faith continues to impress. This song has already been picked up by any radio stations, and seems poised to do quite well. This is the kind of song that are doing well for the ladies these days, and maybe in a few months, the name McKenna Faith will be right up there with Kelsea Ballerini, Cam, and Mickey Guyton as country's most promising new women.
Overall rating: 4 and a half crowns