Thomas Rhett, Morgan Wallen Share Heartfelt Duet ‘Mamaw’s House’

Country superstars Thomas Rhett and Morgan Wallen have teamed up for a beautiful new duet, “Mamaw’s House.”

The track was co-written by Rhett and Wallen along with Chase McGill and Matt Dragstrem.

The song opens with a voice memo of Wallen excusing himself as he takes his grandma’s phone call.

“Sorry y’all, my mamaw called me. I’ll be right back,” Wallen tells his buddies, before his grandma is heard over the loudspeakers saying, “What’s up Morgan?” The song kicks off soon after.

“It was always hotter than the grease she used to fry that chicken / Smelled like Marlboro Reds and all the butter from her biscuits / And that Lincoln in the driveway, circa 1982 / Was on the shiny side of rusty and on the paler side of blue / ‘Cussin and complainin’ weren’t allowed in Mamaw’s house,” Wallen recalls over the opening verse.

“Mamaw’s House” will appear on Rhett’s 20 Number Ones (Bonus Version) collection.

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