Kane Brown Debuts ‘Be Like That’ Music Video with Swae Lee and Khalid
Kane Brown just debuted the music video for “Be Like That,” his collaboration with Swae Lee and Khalid, and it’s…
Swae Lee, Kane Brown and Khalid; Photo by Zach Brose
Kane Brown just debuted the music video for “Be Like That,” his collaboration with Swae Lee and Khalid, and it’s giving us all the retro vibes.
Directed by Alex Alvga, the throwback clip was shot at a 1940’s era motel and diner in Sun Valley, California. The music video features all three artists performing the track at various places around the motel.
“Be Like That” was co-written by Kane Brown, Khalif Brown, Alexander “Eskeerdo” Izquierdo, Khalid Robinson, Ryan Vojtesak and Mike Will and was produced by Charlie Handsome. The release of the song Marked Brown’s biggest first-week at Top 40 radio and was added to 103 stations in its first week.
“When I first heard ‘Be Like That’ I fell in love with it. It’s one of those songs that just hits you and knew I couldn’t release it how it was, so I started messing with it a little bit, and then we decided to bring Khalid and Swae Lee on,” Brown recently shared. “It took a while for us to get Khalid because he was always traveling to Japan and he was in another country another day, and we literally got him the day we were supposed to release the song, I think that we got him the day before that he jumped on it, so it was a blessing, it’s doing really well for us right now.”
“Be Like That” is one of seven tracks on Brown’s just-released EP, Mixtape Vol. 1. The new release also includes Brown’s “Cool Again,” and the fan-favorite track, “BFE.”
Click above to watch the brand new “Be Like That” music video.
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