Chris Stapleton Lends His Voice for Pink’s New Album
In an unexpected collaboration, pop star Pink has called on Chris Stapleton to lend his vocals to a new song called "Love Me Anyway" on her upcoming album, Hurts 2B Human.
The song will be released when the album impacts on April 26 via RCA Records.Hurts 2B Human also other collaborations between Pink and Khalid, Cash Cash and Wrabel.
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Stapleton and Pink aren't strangers, having both headlined an intimate Grammy concert series this past February. They also both honored Dolly Parton at the 2019 MusiCares Person of the Year event, where Pink performed a stripped-down version of "Jolene," while Stapleton performed "9 to 5."
Aside from her "Jolene" performance, Pink went country when she put a No. 1 single on the Country Airplay chart and Hot Country Songs chart — her collaboration with Kenny Chesney on "Setting the World on Fire" was a hit back in in 2016. The song reached platinum status in both the United States and Canada and marked Chesney's biggest first-week sale of a single with more than 93,000 copies sold.
Just this week, Pink tweeted in reply to Taste of Country about Reba McEntire's desire to collaborate with her — she would happily oblige!
Pink's Hurts 2B Human Track Listing:
2. “(Hey Why) Miss You Sometime”
3. “Walk Me Home”
4. “My Attic”
5. “90 Days” featuring Wrabel
6. “Hurts 2B Human” featuring Khalid
7. “Can We Pretend” featuring Cash Cash
10. “We Could Have It All”
11. “Love Me Anyway” featuring Chris Stapleton
12. “Circle Game”
13. “The Last Song of Your Life”
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