Kane Brown Debuts Breathtaking ‘Worship You’ Video, Starring His Wife and Daughter
The wait for Kane Brown’s “Worship You” music video is finally over. Directed by Brown’s longtime collaborator Alex Alvga and…
Kane Brown and Family; Worship You video
The wait for Kane Brown’s “Worship You” music video is finally over.
Directed by Brown’s longtime collaborator Alex Alvga and shot in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, the “Worship You” video features the Brown family amongst stunning landscape and picturesque views.
While wearing a dapper-looking suit, Brown sings the heartfelt song in honor of the two people that mean the most to him: Katelyn and Kingsley.
“Don’t get me wrong/ I’m a God-fearing Christian man/ But if you were a religion then, damn/ I don’t know what I’d do/ Yeah, I might have to worship you/ I might have to sing your praise/ I might have to go to church, yeah/ Every single night and day/ Yeah, I might have to hit my knees/ ‘Cause you lay it on me like the truth/ And you love me like Hallelujah/ I might have to worship you,” he sings as clips of Katelyn making her way through breathtaking fields flash across the screen.
The captivating clip features Katelyn in a flowy forest green dress, while little Kingsley is seen looking as adorable as ever in a grey dress with a puffy tulle bodice.
Click below to watch the just-released “Worship You” music video.
“‘Worship You’ is basically ‘Heaven’ 2.0,” Brown previously explained of the song. “It’s saying that your girl, your wife, is your everything. You know that she don’t walk on water or anything like that, but you basically praise her.”
The singer/songwriter went on to share how the song took on new meaning once he became a father.
“Originally, it was thinking about Kate you know, but then I did this video that I put on my Instagram, it was me, Kate and Kingsley and I was singing it to Kingsley. So I was like you know, this song could be about my daughter. It’s basically just worshiping my family now, they’re both my girls and I’d do anything for them.”
The fan-favorite track is featured on Brown’s EP, Mixtape Vol. 1.
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