Breakthrough artist Ashley Cooke teams up with country megastar Brett Young for a heartfelt duet on Cooke’s hit single “Never Til Now,” available everywhere now via Big Loud Records / Back Blocks Music / BMLG Records. Originally released as part of Cooke’s debut project Already Drank That Beer in August last year, the romantic love song has since skyrocketed to viral success across TikTok and digital streaming platforms, notching over 46K user generated videos and over 30­M streams. The track is released in conjunction with an all-new music video with Cooke and Young, available to watch here.


“‘Never Til Now’ is a song that has opened so many doors for me already and really changed my life. To be able to bring a superstar like Brett Young onto this song with me is such an honor,” shares Cooke. “I’ve been a fan of Brett’s music since the start, and I feel very honored that he believes in the song the way that I do.”

“I first heard this song through my good friend and trusted collaborator Jimmy Robbins,” Young adds. “I loved it immediately and I’m honored to be a part of it with Ashley!” 

Written by Cooke alongside Matt Roy and produced by award-winner Jimmy Robbins, “Never Til Now” effortlessly captures the feelings of falling in love when you least expect it. Cooke adds superstar power to her already viral single for the swoon-worthy duet. The new song comes just days after the announcement of her co-venture record deal with Big Loud Records / Back Blocks Music.

“The emerging country songstress” (Country Now) has spent the last calendar year touring with fellow rising acts BRELAND and Spencer Crandall and is performing throughout the U.S. on Cole Swindell’s Down To The Bar Tour before heading out with Jordan Davis this April. For dates and more information, visit and keep up with her on InstagramTikTok and YouTube.

Raised between the coasts of California and Florida, Ashley Cooke is an up-and-coming country artist who is bringing authentic and honest storytelling to her music. The singer/songwriter developed her love of country music as Rascal Flatts, Jason Aldean and Florida Georgia Line quickly became the soundtrack of her high school days. Cooke followed her passion for music to Belmont University where she won the Country Showcase, placing her in an elite class of winners that includes Brad Paisley, Chris Young, Tyler Hubbard of Florida Georgia Line and more.

In August 2021, Cooke released her debut project Already Drank That Beer, featuring 8 tracks written by Cooke and many of Nashville’s hottest songwriters. The project includes fan favourite “Never Til Now” as well as standout tracks “Good Goodbye” ft. Jimmie Allen and “Already Drank That Beer.” Produced by award-winner Jimmy Robbins, the debut project garnered critical acclaim from Rolling StonePeopleTaste of CountrySounds Like NashvilleCountry Now and more.

In 2021, Cooke hit the road on tour with fellow rising acts BRELAND and Spencer Crandall. Cooke gears up to release more new music in 2022 via Big Loud Records / Back Blocks Music and accompanies Cole Swindell on his Down To The Bar Tour before heading out with Jordan Davis on the Buy Dirt Tour in April.

Young has captured the hearts of fans everywhere through his honest lyrics and West Coast-meets-Southern sound, aptly dubbed “Caliville” style. With an undeniable string of No. 1s and two albums defined by a transcendent romantic spark, he has cemented his status as Country’s master over matter of the heart. The star broadened his emotional scope on WEEKENDS LOOK A LITTLE DIFFERENT THESE DAYS (BMLG Records) following his GOLD-certified sophomore effort TICKET TO L.A., which debuted atop the Billboard Country Albums chart. Young’s PLATINUM self-titled debut dominated the Top 20 on the Country Albums chart for 37 weeks and has contributed to 5.5 billion streams globally. He was named ASCAP’s 2018 Country Songwriter-Artist of the Year for his “melodic craftsmanship” (Billboard) and has also garnered nominations from ACM, Billboard, Teen Choice, CMT and CMA Awards. Racking seven consecutive chart-toppers, Rolling Stone deemed Young “one of country’s most consistent radio stars.”