Jason Aldean & Kelsea Ballerini Duet on New Song ‘First Time Again’


Jason Aldean’s new album “They Don’t Know”  has another smash!  This duet with Kelsea Ballerini is PERFECTION!  The blending of their voices sounds so beautiful on this dramatic duet.  Take a listen!

 

Amazing song right?! I can’t wait for the music video to come out! This is going to be the new break-up anthem!

Aldean talked about how this song didn’t start our as a duet and how he landed Ballerini for it in a recent interview with CMT.com.

“We weren’t really planning on that song being a duet when I recorded it originally,” Aldean revealed during our interview. “My producer Michael Knox and I started talking about it a little bit. We ended up trying to get her in the studio, but she was out on tour with Rascal Flatts. Fortunately, Jay DeMarcus helped us out and recorded her vocals. He sent it to us to mix, so it worked out well.”

Aldean became a big Ballerini fan after hearing her  song “Peter Pan” on the radio.

“I had heard her songs and I thought she had a cool voice,” he said. “But then I heard ‘Peter Pan’ and you could hear vocally what she could do. That was when it kind of turned my head a little bit. But I’ve had a chance to hang out with her some and she’s really down to Earth and cool. I was happy to have her on there.”

Country match made in heaven.  What do you guys think of First Time Again?

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