Laura Bell Bundy's 'Two Step' (July 2013)
Mainstream country and hip-hop are both largely boys clubs right now, so it's no surprise that female performers working from a hick-hop angle are few and far between. Young singer-rapper Sarah Ross has appeared on a couple of Average Joes’ Mud Digger compilations and former Blake Shelton Voice mentee and current Big Machine signee RaeLynn has demonstrated her feel for hip-hop in songs like "Boyfriend." But the biggest splash so far was made by RaeLynn's label mate Laura Bell Bundy and her song "Two Step," a club single for independent women, featuring Colt Ford. Bundy's small production company produced the video, which included a choreographed, hip-shaking line dance, something else that set her apart from her stationary, spectating male peers.