Reba Gets Hip to Twitter

reba_02_webReba’s highly anticipated and as yet untitled debut album for the Valory Music Company is due to hit the streets on August 18, and the project is already generating a serious buzz four months out from its release date. In an interview with USA Today’s Brian Mansfield, Reba credits her time hanging out with tour mate Kelly Clarkson with influencing her approach to song selection for the new album, the production of which was split between her longtime producer Tony Brown and Mark Bright (Carrie Underwood, Rascal Flatts).

“I think that my song selections are a little more hip,” the singer told USA Today. “I know they’re more uptempo. They’re funky, they’re sassy, they’ve got attitude. Tony did the country swing, the more bluegrass song, and the funkabilly “I Want a Cowboy.” Mark did the more contemporary songs that I think are stupendous.” The album also includes “Keep On Loving You,” a song co-written by Brooks & Dunn’s Ronnie Dunn.

If her songs are getting hipper, so are her social networking skills. That’s right folks, Reba is now officially on Twitter. (@reba) While her Twitter following hasn’t yet approached that of Ashton Kutcher, Reba is indeed sending out the occasional Tweet and it shouldn’t be long before she’s being re-tweeted all over the place. For more information visit  www.reba.com.

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