Sugarland & Taylor Swift’s New Single “Babe” Arrives On April 20 (Update)

The new Sugarland – Taylor Swift song is coming this Friday.

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Update: While an advertisement from the Big Machine Label Group radio team said that Sugarland’s “Babe (featuring Taylor Swift)” will be available at 6AM ET on Friday, April 20, listeners will actually be able to hear it six hours earlier.

Sugarland just confirmed that the song will be available on digital platforms starting at midnight (12AM ET).


Earlier this month, news broke that Sugarland’s new album would include a collaboration with Taylor Swift.

Big Machine and Universal just revealed when listeners can hear that collaboration.

Entitled “Babe,” the song will be released to country radio at 6:01AM ET on Friday, April 20. It will presumably make its digital debut on or around the same time.

Co-written by Swift and Pat Monahan of Train fame, “Babe” serves as the follow-up to Sugarland’s comeback single “Still The Same.”

Both songs appear on the duo’s forthcoming album “Bigger.”

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