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Cutt’s Sexy Song “Messy” Goes To Radio

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Up-and-coming pop singer Cutt recently released her seductive music video for her song “Messy” and now the single has expanded to radio. 

You can find “Messy” on Cutt’s debut album – Nightmares – which was produced by Grammy award-winning producer Scott Storch and Angel Lopez.  

Messy” is about sexual frustration but also frustration in general. I wrote it when I first tried to get sober and no longer had alcohol to get out of my own head; something I still struggle with. “Messy” is a fantasy song about escape.” — CUTT 

 

Stream “Messy” on Spotify.

More About Cutt

A blonde bombshell with a powerhouse voice, Hannah Cutt, a.k.a. Cutt, is the perfect hybrid of Britney Spears and Amy Winehouse. Her debut EP Nightmares, produced by Grammy Award winner Scott Storch and Angel Lopez, is dark, lyrically strong and shockingly raw but always maintains the catchy pocket nevessary for a strong pop record.

The debut single off of the EP, “Messy”, is sexy, aggressive and unexpected. The husky-voiced singer says “Messy” is a song about “sexual frustration but also frustration in general. “I wrote it when I first tried to get sober and no longer had alcohol to get out of my own head; something I still struggle with,” explains the singer. “”Messy” is a fantasy song about escape.”

Cutt celebrated two years of sobriety this July and describes her decision to get sober as the foundation of her development as an artist. “Nightmares is inextricably a byproduct of my sobriety. You avoid a lot of demons when you’re constantly trying to control something, like an addiction. When you take it away you are left with yourself. This EP is the beginning of that process; facing the fears you didn’t know you had, head on.” 

 

Cutt on Social Media:

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