Merging country-pop with rap, Nashville-based singer/songwriter Sarah Ross bridges the distance between genres like LoCash Cowboys-and-Moonshine Bandits-meets-Kelsea Ballerini-and-Kacey Musgraves. Delivered Sarah Restuccio in Hammonton, NJ, Ross thought we would focus on performing while still in senior high school. Afterwards, she was a contestant on Period 12 of American Idol, showcasing her cross-genre design by executing a Carrie Underwood tune and rapping “Super Bass” for Nicki Minaj herself. Agreed upon to Typical Joe’s Entertainment, Ross released her debut EP, Quiet Before the Surprise, in 2015. Quiet highlighted a cover of Linda Ronstadt’s “You’re No Great,” filled with yet another rap verse, and her one “Shotgun.” Her tracks have also made an appearance on the Dirt Digger compilation series, an apt suit for the vocalist, who’s also a devoted all-terrain vehicle, vehicle, and horse-riding enthusiast.