We all have that one singer that we connect to: no matter what song they release, it is something that people can relate to, whether it is because of the lyrics, song meaning or whatever other reason it might be.
Well, the person you are looking for just might be Kelsea Ballerini.
The 24-year-old country singer and songwriter released her second album, "Unapologetically," on Nov. 3, 2017. This album, along with her first studio album, "The First Time," are filled with songs for millennial girls to relate to.
Whenever I listen to the songs on her albums, I feel like she has taken a page out of my life and put it into a song. As much as people think their life is unique or different, so many of these songs are relatable.
If you are head over heels for a guy and think that he's the one, songs like "Dibs," "Love Me Like You Mean It" and "Unapologetically" are the perfect hits to blast on your radio. But she also has songs like "Peter Pan" and "Legends" to remember those loves that are, well, unforgettable, regardless of the outcome.
Her songs are also empowering and make women realize that being true to yourself is more important than any boy with songs like "Get Over Yourself" and "Miss Me More."
But she doesn't just write about love; Ballerini writes about what every girl is going through. Her song "In Between" highlights most millennial's lives with being stuck in two different worlds while "Square Pegs" tells anyone to just be who they are meant to be.
There are times when it is hard to put your feelings into words or you are stuck at a dead end. When this happens, a lot of people turn to music to find the answer. Well, I can attest that Ballerini will help you find those answers.
It doesn't matter if you are looking for the answers in songs like "I Hate Love Songs," "Yeah Boy" or just about any other song she released, you will find something within her music.