Wouldn’t it be great if silly fears were to disappear?
Wouldn’t it be great if people’s woes were to become awes?
Wouldn’t it be great if the rain could wash away your tears and pain?
Wouldn’t it be great if we were to live all merry and leave all worries?
Wouldn’t it be great to simply rise our voice and rejoice?
These are a lot of questions, and we might not have all the answers
Unless we let ourselves go into the Merideth Grace Puckett’s Perfect World.
Perfect World is the new music video from this 13 year old highly talented singer, who’s on her way to become quite an inspiring young artist.
The song is an outstanding package of joy and happy thoughts, great feel good track, catchy beat, perfect harmonies sung with naive words in the mouth of a child filled up with zest of life.
The pop song is an anthem for hopes and dreams.
Spreading positivity around her, choosing to sing either uplifting original songs or moving covers with beautiful message.
These years we’ve seen the rise of up and coming young talents, inspirational kids (such as King Nah) that happen to be a blessing and a good example to follow for the teen fan base on social media:
“It’s really cool. I like to write back to the people who comment on what I post, and I try to put up a new video on YouTube every few weeks. It’s hard for me to believe I get to do this, it’s like living in a dream.” – Merideth Grace
The breakthrough went from her cover of Adele’s Rolling In The Deep.
When a friend recorded Meredith singing Adele’s “Rolling In The Deep” in the kitchen, she wasn’t expecting to gain over 20-million views.
“I was shocked! I was expecting maybe 100 people to hear me sing; we went to sleep that night and it was already at 11,000 views. It was amazing!”.
The viral video caught the eye of someone in Merideth’s church who reached out to a guy in Nashville who actually was Grammy-Award winning producer/writer Aaron Pearce.
That ‘guy’ has worked with Celine Dion, Justin Bieber, Boys II Men, Jill Scott, Jennifer Lopez, Ricky Martin and Willie Nelson, just to name a few.
Flying to Nashville with her parents, Merideth met with Aaron, who not only wanted to work on music with her, but also introduced her to Global Entertainment Management’s Jerry Blair, who ended up as her Manager.