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Jessie James Decker has been a fixture in the music industry since she was a young girl. After going through many trials and tribulations and three kids later, she is finally emerging as a full-grown badass woman on multiple fronts. After much anticipation, she has released her major-label debut EP, "The Woman I’ve Become." Decker’s new project features seven perfectly-crafted songs, including two pre-released tunes, “Not In Love With You” and “Should Have Known Better.” The former is a heartbreak tune. Decker pours her heart out, letting fans into the vulnerability and self-reflection that this song emotes. The latter, “Should Have Known Better,” exudes the confidence that you eventually regain after finally shedding a past relationship. “The Woman I’ve Become is unlike any record I’ve ever created,” shares Decker. “It’s a real transition from the young girl I was to the woman I have become. I’ve never been this vulnerable before. I think life changes and growth have made me confident enough to show that vulnerable side.” On the heels of her "The Woman I’ve Become" EP release, singer-songwriter Jessie James Decker has announced her headlining “The Woman I Am” Tour will kick off this spring. Beginning on April 14 in Detroit, the run will span over 20 dates, including stops at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium, The Rooftop at Pier 17 in New York, and The Novo in Los Angeles. Rising country artist Adam Doleac will support Decker on the upcoming dates.

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