Justin Moore Announces New Single “You, Me, & Whiskey” With Priscilla Block Coming This Friday

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Cody Villalobos

After nearly 15 years in the music industry, six studio albums and 11 number one hits, there isn’t much in country music that Justin Moore hasn’t already done.

But he’s never released a duet as a single – until now.

Fresh off of his latest #1 hit, “With a Woman You Love,” Justin announced today that he’ll be dropping his next single this Friday.

“You, Me, and Whiskey,” a duet with Priscilla Block, is the second single off of Justin’s upcoming album. And it will be the first time he’s ever released a duet as a single.

Justin has yet to announce a release date for the new album, but we’ve already got a taste of two new songs so far.

Along with “With a Woman You Love,” Justin has also been playing another new song called “Get Rich or Drunk Trying” from the album on his latest Country On It Tour.

And obviously “You, Me, and Whiskey” isn’t the first duet that Justin’s ever recorded. In fact, one of my favorite Justin Moore songs is his 2013 duet with Miranda Lambert, “Old Habits.”

The song was never a single due to some political BS among the record labels (Miranda already had a duet on the radio at the time), but it’s still a fan favorite, and it’s a damn shame that it never got the chance to be a massive hit at country radio.

Justin’s one of my favorite – and in my opinion one of the most underrated – mainstream artists in the game. He’s an authentic dude who makes real-deal country music.  His 2019 album Late Nights and Longnecks is still a go-to album for me, and his 2021 follow-up Straight Outta the Country only had seven songs but every one of them could have been a radio single.

And with Justin hinting that this next album is going to feature that same incredible sound that we’ve gotten from him on the last two albums, I’m pumped to hear what he has in store for us.

Who knows, maybe Justin will finally get his first #1 hit with a duet to add to his already-impressive resume.

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