New Tim McGraw Album Features Famous Friends

It doesn't hurt to have some famous and talented friends.

For his new Big Machine Records album, Two Lanes of Freedom, due out Feb. 5, Tim McGraw called on a couple of his buddies to lend their talents. Keith Urban and Taylor Swift will both join the superstar on a new song called "Highway Don't Care," which was written by Mark Irwin, Josh Kear, Brett Warren and Brad Warren. Appropriately, the track is slotted at No. 13 in a nod to Taylor.

Two Lanes offers 13 total tracks, including the first single, "Truck Yeah," and "Number 37405," the story of a singer sentenced to prison, penned by Tom Douglas and Troy Jones.

Fans will have the option of purchasing the standard 13-track version or the "Accelerated Deluxe" version, which includes four extra songs.

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