Kacey Musgraves Teases New Collab with Mark Ronson and Troye Sivan

by Emily Morgan

Kacey Musgraves dropped a mysterious teaser for her joint single with Troye Sivan and Mark Ronson, almost a month after Sivan first teased the collaboration for “Easy.”

The group plans to release ‘Easy’ on Wednesday, Dec. 9. The collaboration appears to be a new version of Sivan’s “Easy” from his latest EP, “In A Dream.”

On Dec. 5 Sivan, Musgraves, and Ronson posted a cryptic teaser of the track on Twitter. 

In early November, Sivan initially teased the collaboration’s release, saying it would feature two of his “fave artists of all time”.

In another tweet, Sivan added that the release of “Easy'” would be paired with his “fave music video ever,” which he feels “made the song a million times better”.

On Dec. 4, Sivan also celebrated his premiere studio album’s fifth anniversary, Blue Neighbourhood, hitting stores.

“5 years of Blue Neighbourhood today. Half a fckn decade???!!!!!!! Thank u for everything, i love u guys,” he wrote on social media.

After that, within one hour of his celebratory post, he followed it up with three more, each featuring an artist’s name, those being Mark Ronson, Kasey Musgraves, and his own. 

Kacey Musgraves & Troye Sivan’s ‘Glittery’ History

This isn’t the first time Musgraves and Sivan have joined pop-country music forces. In Nov., Musgraves featured Sivan on her fun, Christmas track, “Glittery.” 

He also made an appearance on Musgraves’, The Kacey Musgraves Christmas Show. The 2019 holiday special is also available to watch on Amazon Prime Video. The soundtrack, featuring “Glittery,” is also available to stream.

Furthermore, the pop-country singer shared a few different photos on social media after releasing the track. 

“KM + @troyesivan,” she wrote on Twitter, together with four festive images. Musgraves also promoted the new collab on an Instagram post. 

 “GLITTERY feat. @troyesivan from The Kacey Musgraves Christmas Show,” she posted. “Available on all platforms now (even vinyl!) Try to catch it on your local radio station.”