Carrie Underwood And John Legend’s ‘Hallelujah’ Featured In Empire State Building’s Light Show

Two of the most powerful voices out there recently teamed up for their first duet.

John Legend and Carrie Underwood released “Hallelujah” at the end of November, written by Legend and Toby Gad (who previously wrote “All of Me”).

In the official music video that was released on Facebook, Underwood sings alongside Legend on a piano while it snows on them in an unused country cottage.

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Photo: Randee St. Nicholas/Courtesy Universal Music
Photo: Randee St. Nicholas/Courtesy Universal Music — Capitol Records

The song was also picked for the Empire State Building’s annual music and light show.

The full show will air from Dec. 19 until Christmas day each night at 8 p.m. ET. Those not in New York can watch here.

A preview was released ahead of time.

“I love this song because I feel like it encompasses so much about Christmas,” the country singer said. “You have this love aspect of it, it just feels like Christmas, it just makes you smile and to say ‘Hallelujah’ is just beautiful.”

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Underwood also recently released her holiday album My Gift which was her eighth straight album to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard Country chart. It has also remained at the top of the Christian chart since the release in September.

“My Gift: A Christmas Special From Carrie Underwood” will be available to stream on HBO Max.

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