Gabby Barrett gives new meaning to her breakout single “I Hope,” with a red-hot collaboration featuring Atlantic Records/APG’s Charlie Puth. The anthemic track, co-written by Barrett with Zachary Kale and Jon Nite, along with Puth contributing to the new version, and co-produced by Kale and Ross Copperman, is now available on all streaming platforms and digital retailers.
Marking Puth’s first venture into Country music, “I Hope” (feat. Charlie Puth) will be included on Barrett’s debut album that is set to release later this year.
“I can’t wait for fans to hear this! With Charlie being on this track, it changes the perspective of the song,” Gabby shared. “When I wrote it I was writing from a woman’s perspective, and so with him being on it, it kind of shows the men’s perspective too. That both sides get cheated on and it’s not just a one-sided thing.”
“I fell in love with the song when I first heard it, and to be able to reimagine it with Gabby and the writers and producers and take it to a new place, is really exciting,” Charlie said.
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