Kane Brown and Jason Aldean weigh in on a potential collab at 'Stars and Strings'

'It’ll happen at some point'

Georgia natives Kane Brown and Jason Aldean are not only two of today’s biggest Country stars, but they’re also good buddies. Both have seen lots of success when collaborating with other artists so we have to wonder — why haven’t they gotten together for a song yet?

LISTEN NOW: Kane Brown shares potential for collab with Jason Aldean

“You should ask him that!” Kane told Katie Neal at Audacy’s Stars & Strings event at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.

“I had a song I thought was perfect for him, it’s called ‘Bury Me In Georgia,’” he said. Appears that ask didn’t go the way Brown hoped as he released it as a solo track on his most recent album Different Man. “I don’t know,” he said.

Lucky for us all, Aldean was also performing at Stars & Strings and when asked about a possible collab, it’s clear they’ve been trying to find the “right fit” for some time now.

LISTEN NOW: Jason Aldean shares why a collab with Kane Brown hasn’t happened yet

“Kane likes to put me on blast because he’s asked me a couple times.” Jason laughed “I’ve told him before that I’d love to do something with him.”

He continued, “To me, those things are all about the song. Kane’s music and my music is really, really different so, when he sends a song to me, sometimes it’s not what I would normally do. I’ve always told him, ‘It’s about finding the right song,’ but I would love to do something with him and I think it’ll happen at some point when the right thing comes along. We just haven’t found that yet.”

Well, all good things are worth waiting for! Look forward to this pair to finding the right fit!

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