[Listen] Kane Brown Teases New Duet with John Legend

It has only been two weeks into the new year, and country artists are already giving fans so much to be excited about. Straight off the heels of his iconic, sold-out Staples Center show, Kane Brown teased a new song on his social media, which features none other than superstar John Legend.

The two singers releasing a song together is truly the collaboration we never knew we always needed and wanted! The emotive and touching unreleased tune is the perfect combination of Legend’s extraordinary vocals and Brown’s unique talent. Co-written by the duo, the song is a reflective ballad that pulls at the heartstrings. Listen to the teaser below!

 

“I won’t say I’m sorry over and over / Can’t just say I’m sorry, I’ve got to show you /I won’t do it again / I’ll prove my love is true / I hope the last time I said sorry is the last time I’ll say sorry to you.”

The soon to be released track marks Brown’s fourth cross-over jam, including his song with Camila Cabello “Never Be the Same,” “Saturday Nights” with Khalid,” and of course the number one smash hit “One Thing Right” fearing EDM DJ, Marshmello. Brown is clearly unafraid to evolve his sound and venture into new and exciting territory with his music, and we love it!

To keep up with Kane Brown, follow him on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

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