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KANE BE LEGENDARY
3/28/20

RCA Nashville/Zone 4’s Kane Brown and Columbia’s John Legend have dropped their latest single, "Last Time I Say Sorry.” The collaboration, co-written by Brown, Legend, Matt McGinn and Andrew Goldstein, who also produced the track, follows Brown's 5 consecutive #1 hits at Country radio, including his latest, "Homesick.” It also marks Legend’s second release of 2020.

The collaboration sparked when the duo met at NBC’s The Voice, where Brown was a guest performer who also joined the 11-time Grammy winner Legend for his mini segment, Trailer Talk. This wouldn’t be the Brown’s first multi-format track, as his recent collaboration “One Thing Right” with Marshmello was Top 15 at Top 40 and crossed over to Hot AC.

The award-winning artists are set for their TV performance debut of “Last Time I Say Sorry” during the two-hour CBS special, ACM Presents: Our Country, airing on 4/5 at 8pm. Listen to the track here.