Carson Rowland Calls Out ‘Miss Hollywood Wannabe’ In Newest Track

Carson Rowland Calls Out ‘Miss Hollywood Wannabe’ In Newest Track

We are here to introduce you to your new favorite song ‘Miss Hollywood Wannabe’ By Carson Rowland.

If Carson’s name sounds familiar that is probably due to the fact that he is a star in the Nickelodeon show I Am Frankie and the Netflix original Sweet Magnolias.

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On top of being a complete heartthrob (did you really think we could resist?), Carson has this insane raspy voice that we are in love with. There are certain points in the song where he hits these notes that gave us full-body chills. This song feels like it would fit perfectly in a coming of age movie. Since our first listen, that thought has been stuck in our heads.

One thing that has really hooked us about this song is that it’s a complete commentary on how Hollywood can change someone. Hollywood has this reputation for being full of people just trying to fake it till they make it and this is a perspective we haven’t really heard in music. Usually, you hear the song about Hollywood from the person that the industry is changing, but Carson flipped the script.

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We are completely prepared to go die on the hill of saying this song puts Carson in a different level of artists coming out right now. The lyrics to this alone are so good and such an honest look into a relationship that obviously impacted him. We especially love the line “LA don’t love like me.”

Carson addresses multiple things, saying this person would spread lies about him for clout, to saying “those Beverly hills have eyes” basically saying that rumors fly. All of the ways he addresses this relationship in relation to Hollywood are genius.

Whatever Carson does next one thing is certain, we will be right here ready to support!

We want to know what you think! How did you feel about ‘Miss Hollywood Wannabe?’ Let us know by commenting below or tweeting us @TheHoneyPOP! We are also on Facebook and Instagram!


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