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PRYOR BAIRD - Mighta Met A Girl - Black River Entertainment

Following his very well-received singles “You Are To Me” and “Chasing Shadows,” multi-talented singer-songwriter Pryor Baird continues standing tall as an artist to watch in 2024; kicking off the new year with the release of “Mighta Met A Girl.”

The song, co-written by Baird, Chris Gelbuda, and David Tolliver, delivers more of a tempo driven flare in comparison to his previous releases, but still retains his signature soulfulness as his rich vocal carries the proper emotional tilts of his blissfully excited giddiness toward the potential love story which he’s unexpectedly found himself in.

Woke up this morning with a smile on my face…kinda think I know how it got there,” he playfully sings on the opening lines to immediately set the lustful tone, admitting that although it’s too early to tell and he doesn’t want to get too far ahead of himself, he does want to hold onto these good feelings that he’s now experiencing.

As he bounces into the rhythm of the chorus, he sets out to answer his friend’s burning questions of what “mighta” happened the night before when they all went out on the town:

“I mighta had a drink

Mighta heard a song

Mighta wound up staying downtown all night long

For the first time in a long time

And I just rolled with it cause it felt right

Mighta caught a vibe

Mighta caught her name

Mighta got a number

In the pocket of these old blue jeans

For the first time in a long time

Mighta met a girl last night”

The proficiency of the higher notes that he lifts his voice into during the chorus absolutely puts Baird onto an entirely different level as he expertly injects us with a shot of encouraged hopefulness that signals how anything can happen when you slide out of your comfort zone and just go with the flow.

With an ultra-relatable lyric and memorably catchy melody that masterfully smashes into his gifted know-how of keeping his signature flares well intact, Pryor Baird continues to showcase the unique definitions of who he is as a songwriter and artist while aptly intriguing with new additives that raise a listening ear to further create an even a louder buzz for the things still to come from him in 2024.

(Review Written By: Jeffrey Kurtis)



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