Dear Gossips,   

There’s a song that I can’t get away from (not complaining!) since Beyoncé decided it was time to remind them that she’s always been country: “Buckle Bunny”!


“I’m a buckle bunny

Ate the whole cake, left ‘em no crummies”

Tanner Adell’s song has been following me everywhere over the last week or so, and in my case it’s because Beyoncé’s “Texas Hold ‘Em”, which is huge on social media, has changed my algorithm – and I’m pretty sure I’m not the only one. 


All the attention on Beyoncé reclaiming country for the people who have always been there is resulting in more attention for the people who belong but who have been overlooked. Like Tanner and “Buckle Bunny”, a straight up banger that happens to include Beyoncé in the lyrics. 

Tanner was born in Kentucky, raised in California and Wyoming, and moved to Nashville a couple of years ago to pursue a career in country music. She’s so fresh there’s not even a Wikipedia page but she has huge engagement on social media and the talent to back up all that traffic. She can sing, she can rap, she’s funny, and, well, look at her: 


Tanner Adell is blowing up, a beneficiary of all this Beyoncé country hype, which is what the Queen intended. 


If you know me at all, you know, Beyoncé is my number one favorite entertainer and one of the entertainers I look up to most. She’s an incredible vocalist, dancer, writer, woman and mother and i cannot wait for this album. #countrymusic #beyonce #beyoncecountry #fypシ #tanneradell #fyppppppppppppppppppppppp

♬ original sound - Tanner Adell

So if you haven’t already, add “Buckle Bunny” to the playlist. Or just a wait a minute, because she will find you, Tanner Adell is on the rise. 


Yours in gossip,