If you’re one of those hopeless romantics who just can’t get that special person off your mind, you’re not alone. Nashville artist, Ali Morgan wants to share that feeling with fans in today’s release of her latest single, Fogging Up My Brain.

In the single, the teenage Silverado Records artist takes listeners on an in-depth journey into the meaning of love. For Morgan, it’s definitely a personal work of art.

I can’t wait for you to hear my new single, “Fogging Up My Brain.” I wrote this about young love, and that one person that you just can’t get out of your head.”

For the 15-year-old, this is her fourth single with Silverado Records. Her first single, “Crazy,” has garnered over 325,000 streams on Spotify.

The independent record label has been charting new territory when it comes to discovering and working with artists such as Morgan, capturing the attention of industry and media alike through their unique approach, recently profiled in Billboard.

We spoke with the young artist about how she got started and where she is headed on her journey to stardom.

Photo Credit: Adkins Publicity | Silverado Records

GritDaily: What’s it like at your age being a songwriter and performer?

Ali Morgan: I have been writing for as far back as I can remember, always wanting to perform. So, I haven’t let my age stop me. With each year, I’m learning so much, especially in Nashville. I am surrounded by so many amazing musicians that you can’t help but benefit from that.

GD: How does social media help you share your work with your fans and community?

AM: When it comes to my generation, social media is how we communicate. It’s such an amazing way to reach out to people. I love getting messages from people I don’t know. At the same time, it helps me stay in touch with people I meet out on the road. I always let them know when new music is coming out on my socials. It’s so much fun to witness how receptive they are. That’s been such a fun part of this journey for me!

GD: What would you consider to be your favorite part about being an artist?

AM: The fans! They are the most uplifting people in the world. Their stories, messages, and photos they send me-they inspire me to continue doing what I love.

GD: What advice do you have for others your age who are wanting to break into the music space?

AM: Get out there and start gigging! You need to get comfortable on stage and write as much as possible. I write all the time. That’s my best advice so far!

Photo Credit: Silverado Records | Adkins Publicity

For Morgan, her journey has just begun. For her fans, it’s an exciting time as they anxiously await the arrival of her new single, “Fogging Up My Brain” due out soon for streaming.

GD: What can you tell us about your new single?

AM: I can’t wait for you to hear it! I wrote this one about young love, and that one person that you just can’t get out of your head.

Fogging Up My Brain is now available today for streaming.