Jason Aldean and Carrie Underwood are finally collaborating! The singers’ new song ‘If I Didn’t Love You’ will be out Friday. Aldean recently shared a photo on social media, asking her followers to guess who his mystery collaborator was.
"We've got a brand new song coming your way this Friday! Who do y'all think is singing on this one with me?" he captioned the post.
Underwood replied with an emoji of a woman with her hand raised. Aldean then shared a screenshot of his original post, and including Underwood’s comment, confirming the collaboration.
Soon, their fans took to social media to express their excitement.
Aldean previously collaborated with Kelly Clarkson on ‘Don’t You Wanna Stay’ back in 2010.
In a recent interview with Today’s Country Radio with Kelleigh Bannen, Aldean spoke about working with powerhouse vocalists like Underwood and Clarkson.
“I remember with ’Don’t You Want to Stay?’ Kelly was actually my first choice for that song and I’ve just always been a fan of her voice. And then when you get on stage or in the studio and start trading vocals with them, it’s like, man, you realize really quick that who the better singer in the room is, you know what I mean? Those guys are amazing singers and really powerful and just a lot of range. It’s really cool for me to get to work with people like that and sort of find my spot in the song to make my voice work with theirs and it’s been great.
I mean, obviously Kelly, the song we did with her got us a Grammy nomination and just was a really big song for us, single of the year at CMA’s. Hopefully, we can replicate that with this song,” he had said.