In general, her songs are relatable on a broad scale — she starts when she starts performing one of her unreleased songs, "Get The Hell Out of Dodge", by asking "How many of you have ever quit your job? Doesn't it feel so good?" Truth be told, although performances at big venues can be good, I prefer ones where the artist performs acoustically and connects with the audience, such as her performance at the Royale and a performance by Lori McKenna that I saw recently. Since she's not been swept up by fame quite yet, she can remain down to earth — and based on how she acts now, she'll probably be able to once she becomes more well known. And yes, I did say "more" well known.
"Getaway Car", "Diamonds", and "You Made It That Way" are all highlights from her debut EP, and although "Another Like You" wasn't officially released, it's available on her Youtube channel and worth a listen. Her version of "Boyfriend" is worth a listen too, if only for the changed lyrics. Beyond that, the production is different and in my opinion, preferable to the production of RaeLynn's version.
She's not very well known as it is, but that can be changed and I think it will be. Maybe she's not the next Carrie Underwood, but she's Hailey Steele, and that's enough when you take a look at what she's done.