ACM Triple Crown winner Miranda Lambert and “Son of a Sinner” hitmaker Jelly Roll have been cooking up some new music within the writing room these days — and in line with Lambert, the 2 singer/songwriters “go collectively like biscuits and gravy!”
Lambert shared a couple of photographs from the writing session that included each Jelly Roll and DJ Telemitry (aka hit author/producer Jesse Frasure).
“Made a brand new pal this week!” Lambert captioned the photographs. “Jesse was proper when he stated we go collectively like biscuits and gravy! Liked writing a tune with @jellyroll615 and @telemitry.”
No phrase but on what the collaboration may sound like, however each artists are devoted to creating music their very own approach and fulfilling their distinctive inventive visions, with Jelly Roll’s hard-driving rap-rock sound and Lambert’s vary from Texas-dipped country tracks like “Tequila Does” to electrical tracks like “Locomotive” from her Wildcard album.
Jelly Roll not too long ago earned his first Nation Airplay No. 1 with “Son of a Sinner,” which adopted his rock chart-topper “Useless Man Strolling.” He additionally headlined a sold-out present at Nashville’s Bridgestone Area earlier this yr, has shared the Grand Ole Opry stage with Craig Morgan and final yr, joined Brantley Gilbert and Pillbox Patti on tour.
In the meantime, reigning ACM entertainer of the yr Lambert has been on a songwriting tear as of late. Along with releasing her album Palomino final yr and teaming with Elle King for the Nation Airplay No. 1 “Drunk (And I Don’t Wanna Go Dwelling),” she’s been steadily writing songs different artists have recorded, together with Morgan Wallen’s “Thought You Ought to Know,” and Jon Pardi’s “Don’t Blame It on Whiskey” (that includes Lauren Alaina).
Apparently, Jelly Roll was already manifesting a Lambert collab again in September 2022, when he shared with followers on Twitter, saying, “I wanna do a track with @mirandalambert somebody please assist me meet Miranda please.”