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- Posted on Oct 10th 2012 4:10PM by Caitlin White
"OK OK" manages to contain the energy of a Kings of Leon track due to Followill's bass grooves, but it's Brown's bright, soaring vocals that make the song truly unique.
"Coming together just worked," Followill tells Spinner. "I think it's because we took such an easy approach to it, we didn't bring any egos to it. We just talked about each other's ideas, neither one of us got our feelings hurt. It just worked."
Listen to their collaboration below and watch out for their initial EP in stores Oct. 16 via RCA.