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Gwen Sebastian is back with a special single

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Gwen Sebastian, from The Voice Season 2, has released her first new single in more than two years.

Gwen Sebastian, from The Voice Season 2, has released her first new single in more than two years.

Gwen Sebastian is back with her first new music in about two and a half years.

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.

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