Critically acclaimed, pop musician, Jesse McCartney is thrilled to announce his Better With You U.S Tour.
In the month and a half since its release, “Better With You” has reached #28 on the Spotify US viral chart and #42 on the Global viral chart, as well as other Spotify viral charts overseas. The music video featuring Danielle Campbell of CWs “The Originals” is approaching 6 millions views on YouTube. The song has received praise from numerous press outlets including Paper Mag, Teen Vogue, Billboard, and Entertainment Tonight. In addition, “Better With You” has been getting airplay with Elvis Duran/iHeart Radio and Sirius XM.
“Better With You” is McCartney’s first new music since his well-received 2014 album In Technicolor. The acoustic-guitar-driven pop song was co written with Brandyn Burnette, Molly Moore, and producer Rob Knox (Justin Timberlake, Rihanna).
Watch the music video for “Better With You” here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r-d5HI-zC3I
The New York-born singer songwriter, producer and actor has had the kind of career that most young artists aspire to. Since the beginning, McCartney has attracted a diehard fan base thanks to many things: his rhythmic, R&B-tinged pop-rock sound, his self-deprecating humor expressed through interviews and on social media, and his ability to write heartfelt, relatable songs that are both personal and universal. His upcoming music is no different. With multiple platinum-selling tracks and a songwriting credit on Leona Lewis’ “Bleeding Love” under his belt McCartney is ready to introduce his fans to who he is today. He plans to release more music throughout 2018 and bring his dedicated fans along for the ride.
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