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Aldean duets with Underwood

Friday, July 23, 2021 – Jason Aldean shares the lead single from his forthcoming 10th studio album, a duet with Carrie Underwood, "If I Didn't Love You."

"We were pretty close to finishing up this album, but this song came in and we knew we had to record it," Aldean said. "I went ahead and put my vocals down while we asked Carrie in the meantime. Luckily she loved the song and it was kind of like a rocket from there. She did her thing like only Carrie can...and I don't know how, but she made it sound even better than what we expected. It's a really special song to start this album."

Produced by Aldean's producere Michael Knox, the song was written by Aldean's bandmates Kurt Allison and Tully Kennedy alongside John Morgan and Lydia Vaughan.


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