The country duo Dan and Shay have come a long way in their life and career. They have certainly made their mark in the country music industry and now they are making a statement in the pop world. It is hard not to take notice of these two. They are one of the greatest pop-country artists today and a lot of generations admire and enjoy their music.

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Dan and Shay making a name in both the country and pop music industry. Photo via substreammagazine.com

Dan and Shay Collaborate with Justin Bieber

Recently the duo teamed up with Canadian singer and songwriter Justin Bieber. Dan, Shay, and Bieber co-wrote the song together with other songwriters: Poo Bear, Jordan Reynolds, and Jessie Jo Dillon. The duo released the song this October as a single for the upcoming studio album. Together with the single, there is also a music video released.

The “10,000 Hours” Music Video

Like other songs by the duo, “10,000 Hours” is yet another single they made to honor the woman in their life.

I’d spend ten thousand hours and ten thousand more
Oh, if that’s what it takes to learn that sweetheart of yours
And I might never get there, but I’m gonna try
If it’s ten thousand hours or the rest of my life
I’m gonna love you

Therefore, you can see their wives being featured in the music video. Dan and Shay truly know how to make a love song that will catch our hearts. Aside from the wonderful words of the song, we can also agree that this collaboration is marvelous indeed. From the songwriting to the vocals of these three, they can really create something great.

Welcome to the Country Chart Justin Bieber

Freshly released “10,000 Hours” has already hit the charts, and is currently at the number 20 spot of the Billboard Country Airplay and number 40 of the Hot Country. Probably on weeks to come the song might move up on the chart. It is also good to take notice that this is Bieber’s first appearance on the country chart.

As of now, the music video has more than 20 million views.

What do you think of this collaboration?