Fans of The Young and the Restless' Max Ehrich (ex-Fenmore Baldwin) are in for quite a treat. Not only can the actor be seen in the upcoming Megyn Kelly-produced political comedy series Embeds, but he also released a new music video to wrap up 2016.
The steamy, moody piece is set to Ehrich's live remake of Jon Bellion's song "All Time Low" and features YouTube sensation Rebecca Black (known for her quirky hit "Friday").
Shortly after posting the video, Ehrich received an outpouring of compliments from fans -- and the song even caught the attention of his former Y&R costar Kristoff St. John (Neil Winters), who wrote, "Wow! They can sing! Who knew Fen was an American Idol!! Ha."
Wow! They can sing! Who knew Fen was an American Idol!! Ha. https://t.co/6grNJcbRMA- Kristoff St John (@kristoffstjohn1) December 27, 2016
"All Time Low" isn't the only time Ehrich and Black have teamed up. The pair also released a cover version of the holiday hit "Baby It's Cold Outside."
Fortunately for fans, there may be more Ehrich music to come in the year ahead. The actor took to Twitter several times over the course of 2016 to tease that he's been hard at work recording new songs in the studio, and while there's no word yet on when or if he'll be releasing an official album, something tells us it's right around the corner...
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