Kane Brown Reflects On His Roots In New ’90s-Inspired Song, ‘BFE’
Kane Brown gave the debut performance of an unreleased track called “BFE” on Wednesday (July 1) during CMA Summer Stay-Cay…
Kane Brown; Photo Courtesy of YouTube
Kane Brown gave the debut performance of an unreleased track called “BFE” on Wednesday (July 1) during CMA Summer Stay-Cay Presented By Budweiser Nitro Reserve Gold.
The country superstar reflects on his roots in the new boot-stomping, ’90s-inspired tune, which features guitar solos, steel guitar and even a fiddle. “BFE” gives fans a taste of what’s to come from Brown on his forthcoming EP in a way they’ve never heard him before.
“We’re gonna sing a song that’s not even released yet called ‘BFE,’ it’s coming out on the EP,” Brown shared when introducing the song.
“Here’s to the middle of nowhere / where the small-town roots run deep / if you know what I’m talking bout / yeah you was raised like me / I’m talkin’ Floridabama, Georgia, Carolina, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas to Tennessee / So Raise your beers, cheers, here’s to BFE,” Brown sings during the chorus.
With its infectious melodies and catchy chorus, “BFE” has the potential to become Brown’s next chart-topping hit.
The CMA Summer Stay-Cay Presented by Budweiser Nitro Reserve Gold aired live on Wednesday (July 1) on YouTube and Facebook at 6 p.m. ET/5 p.m. CT.
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