“Told You I Could Drink,” a collaboration featuring Breland and Lady A, was released on Friday, August 5.
The song was co-written by Breland, Lady A’s Charles Kelley and Zachary Manno.
In a caption to a photo with Lady A that he shared on Instagram, Breland said he is “so grateful for these friendships that lead to great music.”
“Lady A is one of the groups that introduced me to country music, so when I finally got in studio with Charles Kelley, I already had a Lady A collab in mind,” Breland said.
He added, “The two of us performed ‘Told You I Could Drink’ at BRELAND & Friends at the Ryman in March, and the response we got from the audience was what convinced us to cut the song and put it on my album. I’m so excited for the world to hear what we made.”
“Anytime we have a chance to collaborate with BRELAND, you can be sure that we’ll be there,” said Lady A’s Hillary Scott.
“Told You I Could Drink” is a song from Breland’s upcoming album Cross Country, which is scheduled to be released on September 9.
In the 14-track album, Breland has also collaborated with Ingrid Andress, Mickey Guyton, Thomas Rhett and Keith Urban.
(Photo: John Shearer)
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