In the past few years, Lauren Alaina has become Nashville’s go-to duet partner, collaborating on songs with artists such as Kane Brown, Chris Young, Dustin Lynch and more.
It all began in 2016 when the former American Idol contestant joined her longtime friend Kane Brown for the massive hit, “What Ifs.” Since then, she’s been a featured artist on a slew of songs and the Georgia native says she loves it.
“It’s so much fun! Every duet I have done, I feel like, is completely different,” Alaina recently told The Boot. “Which is really fun for me, because I get to explore different territory that I might not have personally gotten into.”
The duets Alaina has recorded showcase a variety of sounds, proving the songstress’ musical diversity. And for her, getting a call to be featured on a song means the world.
“But I’m just so flattered that when Jon Pardi, Dustin, Rascal Flatts, Kane — when they had all these songs and listened to them, they thought of me,” she continued. “That’s the best part about any of it, the compliment of the person thinking of you. I love to do them.”
From “What Ifs” to “One Beer” to “Don’t Blame It On Whiskey,” here’s a look back at the collaborations featuring Lauren Alaina…
Kane Brown feat. Lauren Alaina – “What Ifs”
Chris Young with Lauren Alaina – “Town Ain’t Big Enough”
Dustin Lynch feat. Lauren Alaina “Thinking ‘Bout You”
Rascal Flatts feat. Lauren Alaina – “Are You Happy Now”
HARDY feat. Lauren Alaina and Devin Dawson – “One Beer”
Breland feat. Chase Rice and Lauren Alaina – “In The Woulds”
Jon Pardi feat. Lauren Alaina – “Don’t Blame It On Whiskey”
Riley Clemmons feat. Lauren Alaina – “Over And Over”
Recently, Lauren Alaina invited a few artists to join her on her own tracks, recruiting Trisha Yearwood to add vocals to her latest single, “Getting Good,” and Jon Pardi for her just-released breakup anthem, “Getting Over Him.” Click below to listen.
Lauren Alaina feat. Trisha Yearwood – “Getting Good”
Lauren Alaina feat. Jon Pardi – “Getting Over Him”
“Getting Over Him” is the title cut from the Georgia native’s forthcoming six-track EP, arriving on September 4.