Kane Brown Debuts Two New Songs On Opening Night Of Worldwide Beautiful Tour
Kane Brown kicked off the North American leg of his Worldwide Beautiful Tour on Saturday (Feb. 29) in Atlantic City,…
Kane Brown; Photo by Andrew Wendowski
Kane Brown kicked off the North American leg of his Worldwide Beautiful Tour on Saturday (Feb. 29) in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The sold-out show featured the superstar performing a slew of his hits, like “Good As You,” “Lose It” and “Homesick,” and also found Brown showcasing two brand new songs.
During his 75 minute set, Brown shared two new tracks: “Vodka Cranberry” and “Be Like That.” The superstar teased that new music was on the way, releasing sometime in March, and also shared that one of the tracks, “Be Like That,” would be his next single sent to pop radio.
Click below to listen to clips of “Vodka Cranberry” and “Be Like That.”
NEW SONG ALERT: @kanebrown performed a new song that is said to be coming out sometime THIS MONTH! (March)
— Country Now (@CountryNow) March 1, 2020
Kane Brown’s headlining tour continues this week with stops in Allentown, Penn. (March 1), Boston, Mass., (March 4), Portland, Maine (March 5), Albany, NY (March 6) and Buffalo, NY (March 7). The Worldwide Beautiful Tour features special guests Restless Road, Chris Lane and Russell Dickerson.
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