Grammy-nominated country singer Kelsea Ballerini is giving her second album, Unapologetically, the deluxe treatment, by reissuing the album Oct. 26 with four bonus tracks added to the original album's 12 tracks. The four new songs are “Fun and Games,” written by Ballerini, Forest Glen Whitehead and Shane McAnally; “I Think I Fell in Love Today," written by Ballerini; a live acoustic remake of Fleetwood Mac’s “Landslide,” written by Stevie Nicks; and "This Feeling," Ballerini's collaboration with The Chainsmokers, written by Emily Warren and Chainsmokers members Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall. On Sept. 26, Ballerini and The Chainsmokers performed "This Feeling" live for the first time on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show."
“Miss Me More," which is on the original and deluxe releases of Unapologetically, is Ballerini's next single. Unapologetically was originally released in November 2017, and debuted at No. 7 on the Billboard 200 chart.
In 2017, Ballerini received a Grammy nomination for Best New Artist, and she was bestowed with the Gene Weed Milestone Award at the ACM Honors. She's nominated for Favorite Female Artist – Country at the 2018 American Music Awards, which will be presented on Oct. 9 in Los Angeles. (Tickets to the American Music Awards can be purchased here.) Ballerini also received a nomination for Female Vocalist of the Year at the 2018 CMA Awards, which will take place Nov. 14 in Nashville. She's also part of an all-female lineup of honorees for CMT's "Artists of the Year" show, which CMT will televise live from Nashville on Oct. 17.
As previously reported, Ballerini has joined NBC's "The Voice" as a fifth coach for the show's online spinoff series "Comeback Stage," which gives rejected contestants a chance to win a place back in the competition.
From June 13 to Nov. 3, Ballerini is the opening act on Keith Urban's Graffiti U Tour. In 2019, Ballerini and "The Voice" season 14 winner Brynn Cartelli will be touring with "The Voice" coach Kelly Clarkson as the opening acts on Clarkson's Meaning of Life Tour, which begins Jan. 24 in Oakland, California.