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Country Music Singer Reba McEntire covers Helena
Date 27 Mar 2015 Author PaparizouForum Category News Comments

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Reba McEntire, the so called queen” of American country music has covered Helena’s 2014 duet with Jill Johnson, ‘ Enough’.  The duet will be released on Reba’s new album callled ‘Love Somebody’ which is to be released  on Tuesday 14th April 2015. The tracklist for the album is as follows

1. “Going Out Like That”
2. “Enough” featuring Jennifer Nettles
3. “She Got Drunk Last Night”
4. “Livin’ Ain’t Killed Me Yet”
5. “That’s When I Knew”
6. “I’ll Go On”
7. “Until They Don’t Love You”
8. “Promise Me Love”
9. “Just Like Them Horses”
10. “Love Somebody”
11. “Love Land”
12. “Pray For Peace”

Reba has covered “Enough” with fellow singer Jennifer Nettles. The music and lyrics were written by Aaron Scherz, Emily Shackelton and Kelly Archer. The song was orginally a duet between Jill Johnson and Helena Paparizou, which was first released on Jill’s 2013 duets album ‘Duetterna’ and then later in 2014 on Helena’s third English-language album ‘One Life’. Here is the original version by Helena and Jill (New version follows); 

Reba took to social media to address her fans and post a clip of her version of ‘Enough’

I’m so excited to share another little tease of a song from my new album, Love Somebody! “Enough” is a duet with my buddy Jennifer Nettles. She sang the fire out of this song and I’m so glad she said yes to singing with me. I like to refer to this song as the 2015 version of “Does He Love You.” Hope y’all like it!

About Reba

The 60 year old country music singer has achieved the following in her 40 year music career;

  • Released a total of 26 studio albums
  • 40 number one singles
  • 14 number one albums
  • 28 albums that have become either, gold, platinum or multi-platinum
  • Sales of over 85 million worldwide

Reba is not only a famous singer, but also an actress, most notably appearing in her self-titled TV series, ‘Reba’ from 2001 to 2007.

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