Catt McCreary says you “Got Me Good”
US singer Catt McCreary releases her fearsome new single “Got Me Good” today, the follow up to “Hardball” with a very clear message “You shoulda, coulda, woulda given me a chance, if I hadn’t gone and stopped you in your tracks”. The Atlanta born singer is now based in Nashville, but this is not Country music, it’s very sassy and savvy, set against a backdrop of uptempo, grinding R&B beats with a kick-ass soundtrack and tone.
Catt McCreary is a multi-instrumentalist with a hard-hitting voice, saucy lyrics, and sugarbop beats. Her iridescent style can only be explained as a kaleidoscopic blend of pop, hip-hop, and soul. From go to whoa, her musical prowess developed right off the bat, with piano at age 5 followed by the jump into drums, guitar, and songwriting by the age of 12. With innate abilities for cultivating brain-staining hooks and double entendres, McCreary developed an identity as the charismatic, savage, and confident pop star.
Influenced by the works of kings and queens like Justin Bieber, Doja Cat, Charlie Puth, and Rico Nasty, she had found her place in the industry. Accumulating a catalog of empowering anthems, she released her single “Grip On Me” in September 2018 to unleash her cutting-edge brand. Surpassing 130,000 streams, the single won over her original and new followers. Taking it up a notch, she released “Hardball” earlier in 2020, which garnered even more attention– hitting over 45K streams, over 20K monthly listeners, and placed on over 200 playlists in just a short five weeks.