Blake Shelton's new duet with the iconic Barbra Streisand has officially gone public, giving fans a taste of Streisand's new Partners album.
On Friday People announced an exclusive sneak peak at the "Neon Light" singer's duet with the living legend.
The 38-year-old country star sang "I'd Want It To Be You" with Streisand has part of her latest project, an album of duets featuring a number of iconic voices, from Elvis Presley to John Legend.
The song began with Streisand singing smoothly and elegantly, followed a few bars later by Shelton's distinctly gritty yet compassionate voice. The blending of their different styles made for a unique four minute duet.
Shelton admitted to being a little shocked at having been able to sing with Streisand, noting his surprise and enthusiasm on Twitter Friday afternoon.
— Blake Shelton (@blakeshelton) September 12, 2014
"I'd Want It To Be You" isn't Shelton's only release this month. His new album Bringing Back The Shine is scheduled to be released September 30. The first single off the record "Neon Light" came out earlier this month and now there is an official music vide (featured below) to match. His wife and fellow country artist Miranda Lambert released her hit album, Platinum back in June to much success.
Partners hits stores September 16, 2014.