One of our favorites and Swag Session alumni, Jimmie Allen performed a killer new song called “Let The Good Times Roll” last week during his opening slot on the CMT on Tour with Michael Ray. The singer-songwriter collaborated and wrote the song with none other than cross-genre recording artist Nelly, watch the sneak peek below.
“Let The Good Times Roll” is a perfectly titled tune geared towards making fans dance and sing along. Written with rapper Nelly, the new jam even features a snippet of Nelly’s classic song “Country Grammar” of his debut record. The new song is infectious and will get stuck in your head after just a single listen. Allen is proving that his talent resonates across genre lines and that modern country music has no boundaries for a reason.
When it comes to his co-writer, Nelly is no stranger to collaborations. He has collaborated with everyone from Simple Plan to other hip-hop artists to even country’s own Florida Georgia Line on their smash hit “Cruise.” He also earned himself a major crossover hit with his song “Over and Over Again” featuring Tim McGraw and penned his own country tune, “Sound Good to Me.”
It will be exciting to see what other surprises Allen has for fans coming up soon, but we would be remiss if we didn’t hope for even more collaborations from the entertainer!
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