Jason Aldean, Carrie Underwood launch new music ‘If I Did not Love You’
Jason Aldean is again with new music.
The 44-year-old nation music singer launched a single and lyric video Friday for his music “If I Did not Love You” with Carrie Underwood.
Within the new duet, Aldean and Underwood sing about heartbreak and being hung up on an ex.
“If I did not love you I might be good by now / I might be higher than barely getting by someway / Yeah it could be simple to not miss you / Marvel about who’s with you / Flip the ‘need you’ off at any time when I need to / If I did not love you,” the pair sing.
The lyric video exhibits Aldean and Underwood recording the music in a studio.
“Had a blast within the studio singing with @jasonaldean on #IfIDidntLoveYou, which is out right this moment! Hope you all take pleasure in it!” Underwood wrote on Instagram.
Aldean had teased the music Wednesday by sharing a promo picture with Underwood’s title blanked out. Underwood responded to the put up Thursday with a raised hand emoji.
“If I Did not Love You” is Aldean’s first new music since his ninth studio album, 9, launched in November 2019.
Underwood launched her eighth studio album, My Savior, in March.