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Album: Shallow (feat. Parker McCollum) - Single

Artist: Danielle Bradbery

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2019
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2019 Big Machine Label Group, LLC

Tracklist For Shallow (feat. Parker McCollum) - Single By Artist Danielle Bradbery

Title Artist Time
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Shallow (feat. Parker McCollum Danielle Bradbery 3:27 USD 1.29

Reviews For Shallow (feat. Parker McCollum) - Single By Artist Danielle Bradbery

  • I like this version best

    5
    By Captivated2
    Other people might like Lady Gaga’s version. To each his own. All you haters are immature little jerks.
  • Perfect

    5
    By Nice change of pace
    Far superior to the orginal where people are clapping, sounds acoustic, and silent gaps at times. This version is full of life with huge drums and magnatism along with two powerful voices and no cheap clapping version! Highly recommend!
  • Great cover song!

    5
    By Hunter_Queen
    I... think I like it more than the original lol
  • Love it!!

    5
    By Parasitia
    I liked it so well I bought it!! 🙂
  • Great job on this song!

    5
    By JanblueInTexas
    To all the haters- if she stole this song or it was not hers, Whitney did the same to Dolly Parton’s song I will always love you!!! As if you could do better. Gee whiz!! Chill.......
  • Nah

    1
    By ChrisMButler
    Unnecessary. You ain’t topping Gaga/Cooper.
  • Great

    5
    By StewartPerez
    Like many of you, I first heard Danielle Bradbery ding on The Voice. I was extremely impressed by the young woman with a beautiful voice and poise. I bought her first album and before too long moved onto someone new. I was curious about what Danielle was up to these days do I searched for her on iTunes. I purchased several songs she’s made since her first album and then came across Shallow. This is a great duet and Danielle is fantastic!
  • Nope

    1
    By Wonderfamily
    Can you come up with your own music??? stop riding others success!!!
  • Awesome

    5
    By Debburton855
    This is the best cover of Shallow ever her vocals are right on point Parker is so a,azing too they blend so good together.
  • Impressive

    5
    By Jwolffstar
    Wow, I am so impressed by the vocals. The high notes aren’t as strained with these vocalists. I like the smooth song.

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