Noah Kahan Teases Exciting New Collaboration on TikTok

by Patria
Noah Kahan

Noah Kahan, the 27-year-old singer, has ignited anticipation among fans by teasing a forthcoming collaboration on TikTok. In a video shared on the platform, Noah hints at a new track with an undisclosed artist, offering a sneak peek to his eager followers.

In the video message, Noah addresses the anticipation around collaborations, acknowledging the sentiments expressed by fans. Despite the comments, he playfully presents yet another teaser for an upcoming collaboration that has him genuinely thrilled. Noah reveals that the mysterious artist inspired the entire record, leaving fans eager to experience the musical synergy.

Accompanied by a clip from the unreleased song, the teaser features poignant lyrics delivered by the unnamed artist: “I would leave if only I could find a reason / I’m mean because I grew up in New England. I got dreams but I can’t make myself believe them / Spend the rest of my life with what could have been / And I will die in the house that I grew up in / I’m homesick.”

Noah Kahan gained attention in 2022 with his viral hit ‘Stick Season,’ expressing surprise at his own success. In an interview with NME, he shared, “I never thought this was gonna happen to me. I don’t have a lot of reference points for it.”

The excitement around Noah’s collaborations extends beyond his fanbase, as Olivia Rodrigo, a prominent figure in the music industry, has expressed admiration for him. The 20-year-old star, speaking to Variety, expressed her keenness to collaborate with Noah in the future, describing him as “so great and very inspiring.” As fans eagerly await the reveal of Noah Kahan’s latest collaboration, the teaser promises a captivating musical journey ahead.

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