Reyna Roberts is a powerhouse vocalist and universal talent taking country music by storm. She is the definition of “Outlaw Country”, with influences ranging from Beyonce to Gretchen Wilson to Chris Stapleton. Reyna’s music spans across all spectrums - creating a unique, anthemic sound that is all her own. 

Robert’s received high praise from the industry and her peers, opening up for Reba McEntire, Jamey Johnson, and featured alongside Luke Combs performing at CMT Giants: Charley Pride. She’s featured in the Grammy Museum’s Power of Women in Country Music Exhibit as well. Roberts is an Amazon Music Breakthrough Artists and CMT’s Next Women of Country, as well as featured in the Amazon original documentary “For Love and Country:. Roberts can also be seen in Hulu’s new documentary “CMA Fest: 50 Years of Fan Fair”. 

She continues blazing a trail toward success with the release of her debut album Bad Girl Bible Vol 1, writing and co-producing every song on the album stating “This album is the truest reflection of my sound as an Artist. Even though you hear some country-trap and country-pop early on, you feel like you’re on the run with me, and my sound becomes more “outlaw country” the darker the journey becomes. This is my Old Testament”. 

Reyna has been featured in the likes of Rolling Stone, People, Billboard, New York Times, CNN, The Boot, Wide Open Country, Fox, USA Today and many many other publications, demonstrating that her music resonated with fans and critics alike, dubbing it Country Plus” and recently being profiled in American Songwriter as a “rising star”. Reyna’s cross-genre appeal is reflected in her coverage beyond country music in outlets such as The Shade Room, XXL and The Neighborhood Talk.