Kane Brown Collaborates With John Legend

January 13, 2020
Kane Brown Performing at the 54th Academy Of Country Music Awards

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Kane Brown collaborated with John Legend on what sounds like it could be a great duet.

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Brown shared a short video of him and Legend singing, accompanied by Legend on piano. Legend later retweeted the video, saying, "Just wrote and recorded this one with new country superstar @kanebrown Wednesday. We love it! Will put out the full version asap."

The song's lyrics speak to the guilt of having to ask for forgiveness "over and over" and the struggle to be a better man.

Brown has had success with duets in the past - his collaboration with Lauren Alaina on "What Ifs" hit #1 on the U.S. Hot Country Songs chart and the U.S. Country Airplay chart. If the cell phone audio of Brown and Legend sounds this good, there's little doubt the final recording will be a chart-topper as well!