Sugarland's collaboration with Taylor Swift, "Babe," is out today.
Jennifer Nettles says she and Kristian Bush didn't have to think twice about recording a song with her. It makes sense afterall, look at Little Big Town a few years ago when Taylor wrote a specific song called "Better Man" she felt would be perfect for them! The only difference this time is that Taylor is actually ON the record using background vocals(Which still, by the way, almost steal the show away, er song).
Sugarland is giving fans another taste of their upcoming new album, Bigger, by sharing a pretty *big* collaboration. The duo, comprised of Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush have shared the latest song from the LP, "Babe," and it features none other than Taylor Swift.
"Babe" is the only song on Bigger that Sugarland didn't co-write, as the track was written by Taylor and Pat Monahan (from Train). The single is mainly sung by Jennifer Nettles, with assistance from Kristian Bush and Taylor, and is all about a relationship gone bad. In the chorus, Nettles and Swift sing, "How could you do this babe?/ You really blew this babe/ We ain't gettin' through this one babe/ This is the last time I'll ever you babe."
Enjoy and let me know what you think of "Babe"