If you haven’t heard of Instagram, stop reading this article right now.
You’ve probably been living under a rock, in which case you should start by asking a friend what a computer is.
For the rest of you, you probably already know that Instagram is one of the biggest social mediums that exists today. As of this month, it has 500 million users, beating out Twitter, SnapChat, and Pinterest.
If you’re an Instagrammer, here are five profiles that you’ve got to check out.
This Award-winning country musician has nearly 1.5 million Instagram followers, and for good reason. Hunt’s photos are high quality and are very interesting — one is of a young woman in the woods, on is a man scuba diving, and another is of him in what looks like a helicopter.
Girl & Bass Project
Their profile description explains pretty clearly what they’re all about: “For visibilization of our instrument and empowerment of women in music. And vice versa. We love all bassist girls.”
With over 11,000 followers, they deliver likeable and empowering content on a regular basis.
Currently on tour with Martina McBride, Moore is making a good name for himself. He’s earned over 20,000 followers, and most of his posts are videos of him playing and singing.
Moore has earned himself spots as the opener for ZZ Top, Alan Jackson, Pat Green, Rascal Flatts and Gary Clark Jr. He’s on his way up the ladder, folks.
In June 2016, he put out a 14-track album called “Getaway.”
Most of his photos are of him, often sporting his custom ball cap, which he sells on his website. You’ll also see a lot of photos of him “deep sea fishing in Orange Beach, AL, turkey hunting at his primitive camp in Arkansas, or deer hunting at his ‘Back 40 Bash’ property,” according to his website.
In February 2016, he released an EP called “County Line,” which reached No. 14 on the iTunes Country Music chart.
Marie is a 13-year-old country musician who has gained a decent amount of attention. With nearly 250,000 followers, she was originally discovered by media company Sweet High.
On her Instagram profile, you might think she’s just any other teenager — she has photos with Snapchat filters and her posing with her dog.
She posted a YouTube video of her covering “H.O.L.Y.” by Florida Georgia Line — after two months, it has over 1 million views, her most-viewed YouTube video.
She released her own single, “Lucky Me,” in April 2016.
Country Music Association
This one had to make the list — what would country music be without it?
They post photos and videos of your favorite artists and updates to who won what award. If you’re a country fan on Instagram, this is a profile you’ve got to follow.