Singer-songwriter Haley Mae Campbell in May released her new single, “Paradise,” and now, the former Charleston resident has released a music video for the tune. You can view the video at the conclusion of this post.
“This video and concept means so much to me,” Campbell said. “The opportunity to take viewers on a scavenger hunt through some of my favorite memories in my hometown of Charleston is something I’ll never forget! I hope this video will help my fans get to know me better, and that it inspires everyone to cherish their own kind of ‘Paradise,'”
“Paradise” has taken off for Haley Mae Campbell as it’s been included on Spotify’s Wild Country, Breakout Country, CMT’s Next Women of Country Playlist, Young Music City’s Playlist, Next From Nashville, CMT’s The Round Up and the New Music Nashville playlist. Haley also received her first Pandora Editorial Playlist add on their Rising Women in Country Playlist and has been featured as a Hot Track on Apple Music and the Soundcheck playlist.
To support her single release and music video, Haley Mae has launched her #MyKindOfParadise campaign on social media. This campaign will incorporate her fans and audience to encourage people to share photos and videos of what their version of Paradise may be to spread positivity and joy. Whether ‘Paradise’ is being on the lake with friends, on a beach, at your favorite music venue, dive bar or simply the comfort of home, Campbell encourages you to share what your version of Paradise may be by using #MyKindOfParadise and following the hashtag on Instagram and Twitter. For more information and the latest news, follow Haley Mae on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok or check Jeff Walker’s interview with Haley at https://www.holycitysinner.com/2020/05/23/haley-mae-campbell-found-her-niche-in-country-music/or haleymaecampbell.com.
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