Listen to Reba and Jennifer Nettles’ new duet, ‘Enough’

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So this is pretty worthy of a fangirl freak-out, right? Reba recently posted a clip of her duet with Jennifer Nettles, ‘Enough’, from her upcoming album ‘Love Somebody’. The album hits stores on April 14th via Nash Icon, but from today fans can pre-order it on iTunes and Amazon and receive an instant download of ‘Enough’ along with additional tracks leading up to the release.

Reba’s been pretty busy in general. Last week she dropped the video for her current single ‘Going Out Like That’, and she’s set to perform it as part of the Nashville: On The Record 2 special on Wednesday, March 25th at 10/9c on ABC. My guess is her next single will be ‘Enough’, and we’ll be treated to Jennifer also being back on country radio (it’s been too long!). Jennifer’s just finished kicking ass as Roxie in the Broadway production of Chicago, so hopefully she’ll be back in the studio soon to record the follow-up to her solo debut ‘That Girl’, which was released in January 2014.

You can check out the track below, which is a classic wife versus mistress duet (aren’t both of them so good at those?!). No full version available yet, but I’m sure it won’t be long before it pops up on YouTube!

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