Chris Young & Lauren Alaina Team Up for Breakup Anthem, “Town Ain’t Big Enough” [Listen]

Chris Young & Lauren Alaina Team Up for Breakup Anthem, “Town Ain’t Big Enough” [Listen]

Chris Young has found success in the past by collaborating with other artists, including No. 1 hits, “Think of You,” featuring Cassadee Pope, and “Sober Saturday Night,” featuring Vince Gill.

Chris has gone back to the well once more by teaming with Lauren Alaina on “Town Ain’t Big Enough,” which will be featured on his upcoming eighth studio album.

The breakup anthem, which was penned by Chris, Cary Barlowe, Corey Crowder and Shay Mooney (who also contributes background vocals on the track), features the soaring chorus: “This town ain’t big enough, Your friends and mine run into each other all the time, Seems like there ain’t no place to run, This town ain’t big enough for both of us.”

Chris’ current single, “Raised on Country,” is No. 7 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart this week.

Listen to “Town Ain’t Big Enough” below.

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