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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Self-described “Amerikinda” singer/songwriter Kayla Ray shares her new single, “The Least You Could Do,” available now for download and stream on all major platforms via Real AF Records/Average Joes Entertainment. 


“The Least You Could Do” explores the complexities of unrequited love and the importance of cherishing those we care about. Despite Ray’s own longing, there’s an underlying message of selflessness, urging the listener to treat their partner with kindness and appreciation.


The single arrives as the latest offering of her forthcoming label debut album, The World’s Weight, which is slated for release on June 7th via Real AF Records/Average Joes Entertainment. The project is available for pre-save HERE.


Kayla Ray Live Dates:
5/17 – Limon, Colo. @ South Side Food & Drink
5/18 – Pueblo West, Colo. @ Copper River
5/24 – Oklahoma City, Okla. @ The Blue Door
6/9 – Wichester, Ind. @ Hoppy’s Pub & Grill
6/13 – Jackson, Ohio @ Rowdy’s Smokehouse
7/10 – Hampstead, N.C. @ Upstairs Hampstead
7/11 – Dunn, N.C. @ Bird’s Nest Listening Room
7/18 – Greenville, S.C. @ Doc’s Tavern
7/19 – Statesville, N.C. @ Iredell Arts Council
8/23 – Red Lodge, Mont. @ Jimmy’s Roadhouse


For more information on Kayla Ray, visit her website and follow her social media channels linked below. 

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About Kayla Ray:
Hailing from Waco, Texas, Kayla Ray’s music encapsulates the essence of Americana, reminiscent of a drive down a sunlit Texas highway. Raised on the sounds of country legends like Bob Wills and Merle Haggard, Ray’s journey through the music industry saw her learning from icons like the Gimble family before stepping into the spotlight herself. With the release of her label debut album, The World’s Weight, Ray showcases her unique blend of country storytelling, influenced by her experiences of love, heartbreak, and independence. Describing her sound as “Amerikinda,” Ray’s music weaves tales of nostalgia and introspection, evident in tracks like “Good Old Days” and “Likes to Drink Alone.” Offstage, Ray channels her passion for music into a master’s degree in mental health and a music therapy course for Texas inmates, emphasizing the power of music to unite and heal. As she continues to tour and dreams of performing at the Grand Ole Opry, Ray remains grateful for the artistic freedom to share her authentic voice with the world.