Trio Chapel Hart released their music video for their song “Made For Me” on March 31st. Originally appearing on their debut album, 2019’s Out the Mud, this video showcases the trio’s hometown of Poplarville, MS. Chapel Hart consists of sisters Danica and Devynn Hart and their cousin Trea Swindle. “Made For Me” takes listeners, and the ladies, on a trip down memory lane, bringing home the message to remember where you came from and to never stop chasing your dreams. Their vocals harmonize perfectly and it has a 90s throwback sound everyone can get behind.
From entering the town through I-65 to seeing it’s beautifully-painted water tank, Chapel Hart shows fans every inch Poplarville has to offer. They show off the places that have shaped them in to who they are today. Don’t forget the scene where the ladies receive a key to the city! Taking viewers to the schools, shops, churches, and places of employment, Chapel Hart shows an intimate side to how they grew up.
At the second verse, the video transitions from Poplarville to New Orleans. New Orleans holds a special spot in their hearts. They started their careers there by busking on the streets. “The song and video ‘Made For Me’ is about growing up in Poplarville and then eventually leaving to follow our dreams of being singers in the city of New Orleans,” explains Danica.
Chapel Hart are an exciting new act to the country music scene. They already have success on the horizon, having been named to CMT’S Next Women of Country in 2021. We predict they are going to be huge stars real soon! Watch the video for “Made For Me below. Make sure to follow Chapel Hart on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok!
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