Through the development of technology, and with that emojis, people have become very creative in using visual elements to communicate. Country music icon Carrie Underwood is no different as she just revealed her upcoming duet with Jason Aldean using a single emoji. Using the “raised-hand” emoji, Underwood both commented on Aldean’s post and then shared the post on her own page. Following the post, fans immediately took to the internet and went nuts.
Country artists have gotten creative with the development of our emojis and graphics and Jason Aldean previously teased followers with a little graphic of him next to a question mark. “Who do y’all think is singing on this one with me?” he wrote. Before Underwood ended the query, fans had all kinds of ideas and suggestions, one including Morgan Wallen which I know you all would love to see. The two separately are country music powerhouses on their own.
The new duet, entitled “If I Didn’t Love You,” debuts Friday and we cannot wait to listen. According to popculture, “If I Didn’t Love You” is Aldean’s first new music since his 9 album premiered in 2019. The artist’s latest song, “Blame It On You” is off his 9 album. It is sure to continue spinning on radio stations and music sharing apps as his new song with Underwood drops. “Blame It On You” has given Aldean his 25th number 1 hit song.
Underwood Is No Amateur When It Comes To Duets.
Since winning “American Idol” back in 2005, the star’s career has blown up and her music continues to thrill audiences. Her iconic voice pulls in listeners whether on her own track or participating in a duet. Because of this, she is a popular duet partner. Over the years, she’s not only partnered with other country music stars but has also crossed genres. This has given her a broad and popular reputation with other singers, artists, and diverse fans alike.
Known for being close friends, Underwood participates in duets with Brad Paisley not only professionally, like in their song “Remind Me.” They also frequently host various country award shows together. At these times, viewers often catch them messing around doing spoof duets. Her sense of humor and the value of her friendship with Paisley makes Underwood a very likable and relatable star.
The country icon has also sung duets with legend Willie Nelson, powerhouse Miranda Lambert, country music veteran Kieth Urban, and many more. Some of her most recent duets lie outside the country music realm. As a gospel artist, Underwood more recently paired up with NEEDTOBREATHE’s Bear Rinehart and CeCe Winans on her 2021 album My Savior. In addition, she also paired up with Spanish singer David Bisbal on a bilingual duet “Tears of Gold.”