Aside from Chris Stapleton being arguably the greatest singer/songwriter in mainstream country music, the man has also been featured in a number of impressive duets over the past couple of years.
We’ve seen the guy team up with Santana for an epic duet titled “Joy,” Tom Morello for “The War Inside,” and Kelly Clarkson for “Glow,” along with also putting together an insanely good rendition of Metallica’s “Nothing Else Matters.”
Taylor Swift, Adele, Pink, Justin Timberlake… the list goes on.
Aside from being a top tier country artist, the man is arguably the most versatile singer in all of Nashville, and can sing any genre thrown at him.
And now, he’s back at it again, teaming up with breakthrough singer/songwriter Joy Oladokun for a brand new duet, “Sweet Symphony.”
Oladokun weighed in on the song itself, along with working with Stapleton:
“‘Sweet Symphony’ is a song I wrote about the love that I got to witness my parents share as a kid. It’s about the vulnerability, the fear, and the ups and downs that come from loving someone.
Showing all of yourself so that someone else can accept and celebrate you is what it’s all about.
I’m excited to have Chris Stapleton on this song not only because he has one of the most iconic voices on the planet, but also, he’s just an incredible songwriter, artist, and instrumentalist.
I feel very lucky and honored that he wanted to be part of this song.”
“Sweet Symphony” was produced by Oladokun, Mike Elizondo, and Ian Fitchuk, and written by Oladokun, Fitchuk, and Shae Jacobs.