Listen to Carrie Underwood & Her Son Isaiah Sing “Little Drummer Boy”

Listen to Carrie Underwood & Her Son Isaiah Sing “Little Drummer Boy”

Carrie Underwood released her first-ever Christmas album, My Gift, on Sept. 25.

The 11-song album features a combination of beloved traditional favorites, such as “Silent Night” and “Away in the Manger,” as well as original material, including “Sweet Baby Jesus” and “Let There Be Peace.”

There are also two special guests on the new album. John Legend lends his vocal talents to “Hallelujah,” while Carrie’s son, Isaiah, is featured on “Little Drummer Boy.”

“I was in the booth with him, and trying to get him to access all his little 5-year-old emotions, which he can totally do on his own,” said Carrie on NBC News’ Today. “When I heard the song back with his sweet little voice on it, I was laughing and crying. Just so many emotions. I’m so proud of him.”

My Gift was produced by Greg Wells and mixed by Serban Ghenea. The album features a world-class orchestra led by conductor David Campbell. My Gift follows the release of Carrie’s sixth studio album, Cry Pretty, which dropped in September 2018. My Gift will also be released on vinyl on Oct. 30.

Listen to Carrie and Isaiah sing “Little Drummer Boy” below.

My Gift Track List

  1. “Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee”
  2. “O Come All Ye Faithful”
  3. “Let There Be Peace”
  4. “Little Drummer Boy” feat. Isaiah Fisher
  5. “Sweet Baby Jesus”
  6. “Hallelujah” with John Legend
  7. “O Holy Night”
  8. “Mary, Did You Know?”
  9. “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas”
  10. “Away in a Manger”
  11. “Silent Night”

photo by Tammie Arroyo, AFF-USA.com

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