Cole Swindell & Lainey Wilson Share “Never Say Never”

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Never Say Never

Cole Swindell has released “Never Say Never”, a duet with his friend and BMG/BBR Music Group’s fast-rising new artist Lainey Wilson.

Swindell co-wrote the duet with Jessi Alexander and Chase McGill. “Never Say Never” is the Georgia native’s 12th career single and the follow-up radio single to his back-to-back No. 1 hits “Love You Too Late” and most recently his milestone multi-week, 10th career No. 1 hit “Single Saturday Night”

“I am so excited to release ‘Never Say Never’,” said Swindell. “I wrote ‘Never Say Never’ with Jessi Alexander and Chase McGill in 2018 about a relationship you just can’t stay away from. I have been a fan of Lainey Wilson’s for a while now and what she brings to this song is everything it needed. So glad it’s finally out!” 

Hot on the heels of a #1 hit with “Things A Man Oughta Know”, the collaboration felt like an ideal follow-up for rising star Lainey Wilson.

“’Things a Man Oughta Know’ was such an incredible ride, I can’t wait to get this next song out into the world and see where it leads,” said Wilson. “It makes the journey that much more special that I get to share it with a friend this time around—I’m looking forward to playing it for y’all and I’m sure Cole is too!” 

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