Chris Young and Kane Brown have shared their new collaboration “Famous Friends.”
In the duet, Young and Brown pay tribute to their hometown roots – Tennessee’s Rutherford and Hamilton counties, where the country singers grew up.
“This song is a piece of me, and it means a lot because it’s honest and it’s real-life. Plus, Kane and I are good friends and being able to have that history together, it adds a whole other level to the track. ‘Famous Friends’ is one of my favorite songs – it’s personal and it’s a lot of fun, so I’m glad it’s getting out there for people to hear it,” Young said in a press release.
Here are a few lines of the song co-written by Young, Cary Barlowe and Corey Crowder: “I’ve got some famous friends you’ve probably never heard of/ But back in Rutherford County our crowd is second to none/ You might not know ’em here in this big city we’re in/ But when I go back home I’ve got some famous friends.”
This is the second collaboration between Brown and Young. They previously teamed up on “Setting the Night on Fire” for Brown’s self-titled debut album.
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