Hear Carly Pearce and Lee Brice’s ‘I Hope You’re Happy Now’
“I Hope You’re Happy Now,” the much-anticipated duet from Carly Pearce and Lee Brice, is out now and it does…
Carly Pearce, Lee Brice; Photo Courtesy of Big Machine Records and Curb Records
“I Hope You’re Happy Now,” the much-anticipated duet from Carly Pearce and Lee Brice, is out now and it does not disappoint.
With its heartfelt lyrics and a sound reminiscent of country duets from years past, “I Hope You’re Happy Now” is destined to be a hit. Not to mention, it features vocals from two country music powerhouses!
The track, which details Pearce’s personal experience in a previous relationship, is the second single from her yet-to-be-announced sophomore album. She co-wrote the song alongside Luke Combs, Jonathan Singleton and Randy Montana.
“Music is truly therapy – One of the most vulnerable stories I’ve shared is finally out,” she wrote on social media following the song’s release. “I think we’ve all been on one side of this kind of heartbreak.”
“Carly has such emotion in her voice, especially on a song like this, that’s really powerful,” Brice shared. “I’m honored she asked me to record this duet.”
“I Hope You’re Happy Now” is available to stream and purchase now. Listen to the song below.
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