Brown, Legend release collaboration
Friday, March 27, 2020
– After months of hints from both artists, Kane Brown and John Legend today released "Last Time I Say Sorry," their first official music collaboration.
"Last Time I Say Sorry" was co-written by Brown, Legend, Matt McGinn and Andrew Goldstein, who produced.
Brown and John Legend first connected backstage at "The Voice," where Legend was a coach and Brown was a guest artist and performed his hit single "Homesick." The two collaborated on "Trailer Talk," Legend's behind-the-scenes, online interview and performance series that takes place outside of his trailer at "The Voice." "Last Time I Say Sorry" marks the latest song Legend has released this year, including the #1 "Conversations In The Dark" and most recently "Actions."
Brown and Legend will make their national television performance debut of "Last Time I Say Sorry" on "ACM Presents: Our Country," a special which will broadcast Sunday, April 5 from 8-10 p.m. Pacific and 7 p.m. Central on CBS.
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