Kane Brown Named Favorite Male Country Artist at 2019 American Music Awards
Kane Brown was named Favorite Male Country Artist at the 2019 American Music Awards on Sunday (Nov. 24). This marks…
Kane Brown; Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for dcp
Kane Brown was named Favorite Male Country Artist at the 2019 American Music Awards on Sunday (Nov. 24). This marks Brown‘s second win for Favorite Male Country Artist and his fourth AMA win overall.
The trophy was given out off-camera, so Brown didn’t have a chance to accept the award during the live telecast. He did, however, walk the red carpet prior to the show where he gushed over his newborn daughter, Kingsley Rose, and revealed that she is going to join him on tour in 2020.
“She will be, we are putting a crib in on the new bus, so she will be with me every day,” he explained.
Brown also teased a “secret” collaboration coming up in the near future. He “can’t really say much about” it, so fans will have to standby for updates.
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