And she’s back in a big way. Her new single “Cadillac” hit number one on the iTunes singer-songwriter singles chart when it dropped Friday.
On Monday, three days after its release, it was still in the Top 20.
The single was co-written by Gwen, April Lewis and Miranda Lambert — yep, that Miranda.
On Facebook, Miranda explains that the three of them wrote the song “on a girls trip to the West Coast It was the first song April had ever written. She loves music more than anyone I know. And Gwen has dedicated her life to music as have I. So needless to say this is a special day for a special song to come out into the world.”
It’s also special because it marks the first time Miranda has written on a single that she didn’t release.
The song is also the first release from Gwen’s upcoming album, “Once Upon a Time in the West,” which will be out in November.
It will be Gwen’s first album since she released a 15-track self-title project back in 2013.
Since then, she’s released just two singles — “That Could Be Us” and “Throw It Back,” both in February 2015.
Gwen was a contestant on Season 2 of The Voice. Since then, she’s toured with Blake Shelton. Most recently, she’s been touring as a member of Miranda band.
In case you haven’t heard that new single, here it is.