Chris Janson recently released a new song, “21 Forever” featuring music icons Dolly Parton and Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash.
Janson co-wrote the song with Tommy Cecil and Tom Douglas, with the track explaining the joys and tribulations of growing up.
“I changed the number on my phone / My heart finally found a home / You can’t be 21 forever / I put the bottle on the shelf / Thought about more than just myself / You can’t be 21 forever,” Janson sings in the opening verse.
“’21 Forever’ is about that transitional time in life when you’ve grown out of the youthful partying and start embracing life in a whole new way – realizing that you ‘can’t be 21 forever’ and understanding the beauty of growing up,” Janson said in a statement.
“I’m so thrilled to announce that two global icons have joined me in song, for my absolute biggest collaboration to date,” he continued. “Dolly and Slash, it doesn’t get any BIGGER than that. I’m incredibly humbled and grateful for these two. Hope you all enjoy ’21 Forever.'”
“21 Forever” is Janson’s latest release following “Tap That” and his current single, “All I Need Is You,” which is climbing up the country charts.
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