PINK And Chris Stapleton Team Up For Stunning New Duet, “Just Say I’m Sorry”

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This is stunning.

Pink and Chris Stapleton teamed up for a duet called “Just Say I’m Sorry,” which is featured on her new album that’s out everywhere today, TRUSTFALL.

It was actually written by Chris with Alecia Moore, and with both Chris and PINK’s incredible, powerhouse vocals, it’s a beautiful song that closes out the record perfectly.

The production is actually extremely simple, especially considering this is a pop album by a pop artist, and both singers go back and forth begging the other to apologize and set aside their pride so they can reconcile and move on.

I’ve actually always appreciated PINK as an artist and think she’s a helluva lot better than most mainstream pop artists out there, and this is just another example of her artistry and ear for great music.

They both sound absolutely perfect here, which even feels like an understatement, and while there isn’t quite a “big” moment where they just belt it out and blow the roof off with their vocals, which I know they’re both extremely capable of doing, they don’t really need to.

I was pleasantly surprised with how much I like this song, and of course, if you throw Chris Stapleton on any feature, it only becomes that much better…

Check it out, you’ll probably be pretty impressed, too:

And it’s not the first time these two have worked together, as their 2019 duet “Love Me Anyway” was included on Pink’s eighth studio album, Hurts 2B Human.

They actually sent to country radio as a single as well, but unfortunately, it never cracked the Top 50. Pink also joined Kenny Chesney on his hit single “Setting The World On Fire” back in 2016.

Pink is also heading out on a massive 21-city Summer Carnival 2023 stadium tour with Brandi Carlile as an opener, in addition to bringing along Pat Benatar & Neil Girlado on select dates and Grouplove and KidCutUp on all the shows, in addition to her just-announced fall The TRUSTFALL Tour.

“Love Me Anyway”

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