Reba McEntire is getting ready for the release of a new studio album, and she's sharing a very special new track with fans.

The country legend will release Love Somebody on April 14. She shared a preview of a track titled "Enough" on Twitter Friday (March 20), featuring Sugarland singer Jennifer Nettles. The track is an acoustic guitar-based ballad that tells the story of a woman whose man is distant and uncommitted, but she can't quite let him go: "I fall asleep before he's home, tomorrow I'll wake up alone / Feeling that familiar low / My heart screams enough."

Reba and Nettles trade verses on the song and then split the chorus between unison and harmony to great effect.

The track is a big change of pace from the album's first single, "Going Out like That," which features heavy guitars and a lot of attitude. McEntire worked with some of the hottest songwriters in Nashville for the new project, including Sam HuntBrandy Clark, Shane McAnally and Ashley Gorley. She's releasing it via a new deal with Nash Icon, which is a joint venture between Big Mchine Label Group and Cumulus Radio that aims to return classic country stars to the commercial marketplace.

McEntire co-produced the new tracks with three different producers; Tony Brown, James Stroud and Doug Sisemore.

“We’ve been working on it a long time and we can’t wait to hear what you think about it,” she says. “As you all know, I love looking for songs to record. I’ve said that many times … We listened to thousands of songs to find just the right ones for this album.”

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