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Niemann, Brice duet

Wednesday, May 4, 2016 – Jerrod NIemann and Lee Brice teamed up to release a new duet, "A Little More Love," last Friday.

The song is the first single from Niemann's forthcoming Curb Records debut. He had been on Arista, but split from the label after the release of

Since they first met in 2002, Niemann and Brice have become friends. They've written and toured together, but they've never released music together.

Over the reggae-inspired beat, Niemann and Brice encourage listeners to "Make a little more love / Make a little less money / Catch a little more buzz / Off a little less honey."

"Lee and I have always talked about recording some music together," said Niemann. "We hope this tune will have our fans smiling and singing along with their windows down and the radio up all summer long."

Written by Shane McAnally, Ross Copperman, Natalie Hemby and Kristi Neumann, "A Little More Love" is the lead single on Niemann's forthcoming album on Curb Records, produced by Niemann with Jimmie Lee Sloas.

Curb announced the signing of Niemann, who had hits with "Lover, Lover" and "Drink To That All Night," in late March.


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