After working with Needtobreathe's Bear Rinehart on her recently released gospel album, Carrie Underwood is returning the favor. The country superstar teams up with the rock band on their brand-new single, "I Wanna Remember," released on Thursday (May 20). Needtobreathe explain "I Wanna Remember" as "a nostalgic track and takes you back to the moments you never want to forget." Throughout the song, Underwood acts as sixth member of the group, seamlessly taking lead on the second verse and adding harmonies throughout. "I Wanna Remember" is one of 12 songs on Needtobreathe's forthcoming new album, Into the Mystery, due out on July 30.
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Cardi B was spotted making her way through JFK Airport in New York City on Friday morning. The 28-year-old hitmaker appeared to be keeping a low profile as she kept her hood up and face covered as she strolled along the travel hub's walkways. The rapper's outing comes as she continues to work on a collection of songs that will be released on her upcoming second studio album. Her debut studio album, entitled Invasion Of Privacy, was released in April of 2018 and was met with highly positive critical reception. Her most recent single, Up, was released in February and is expected to be included on her upcoming second studio album.DAILY CALLER - Lana Del Rey Releases Three New Songs From Her Upcoming Album ‘Blue Banisters’
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