If I Didn't Love You - Single - Jason Aldean & Carrie Underwood

If I Didn't Love You - Single

Jason Aldean & Carrie Underwood

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2021-07-23
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1
  • ℗ 2021 Macon Music, LLC under exclusive license to This Is Hit, Inc. d/b/a Broken Bow Records

If I Didn't Love You - Single ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
1
If I Didn't Love You Jason Aldean & Carrie Underwood 3:32

Reviews

  • Good try

    1
    By UESilverSurfer
    Politics and bad vocals, pass
  • Amazing song

    5
    By amberck77
    Will be on resort for weeks❤️
  • Trash

    1
    By musicjoint
    Keeps getting worse. And Jason Aldean cannot sing. Dude is below average at best.
  • Keep politics out of country.

    1
    By KrustyKrab6996
    Disappointed.
  • Struggle

    1
    By SneakyKing27
    Another country singer who can’t find a hit record relying on Carrie
  • Would like it better with different female singer

    2
    By mo4687
    The song is catchy, but wish a different female vocalist. Carrie Underwood comes off as screaming when she sings, as if all the notes are hard for her to hit or something. It makes the song not enjoyable.
  • Sharon

    5
    By dancer1168
    Love, love this duet, a wonderful song and two great country stars together, hope it wins an award!!🎤🎼🎹
  • Carrie and Jason are phenomenal

    5
    By amber_renee1977
    I love the mix of their 2 voices! They blend so well together! Love the song!
  • LOVE THIS SONG

    5
    By carriefanforlife
    Don’t listen to the haters conman whatever u need some life lessons on singers 😂 Carrie has more Grammys and awards abs can sing wayyyyyy better than Kacy musgrave or whatever or name is least Carrie keeps politics out of her mouth.and another thing Carrie sells out shows all over the world and has a loyal fan base so watch your back cause they will come after u when u diss her 😂 right Carebears.
  • Aldean’s best work so far

    5
    By evan06kirk
    He sounds so much better than his last few albums, which seemed rushed, he sounds more in his comfort zone with Carrie