Kane Brown Says a Katelyn Brown Collaboration Is ‘In the Works’
It appears Kane Brown and his wife, Katelyn, are working on a duet. The superstar teased the couple’s collaboration on…
Kane Brown and Katelyn Jae; Photo by Danielle Del Valle/Getty Images for E3 Chophouse Nashville
It appears Kane Brown and his wife, Katelyn, are working on a duet.
The superstar teased the couple’s collaboration on Twitter on Thursday (May 21), writing, “Kane Brown featuring Katelyn Brown in the works.”
Fans flocked to the “Cool Again” singer’s post as hundreds of comments poured in.
“Omg I’m soooooooo excited! She has an amazing voice! It’ll compliment your voice perfectly,” wrote one fan.
Another fan replied, “Oh this can’t happen soon enough!!! 2020 is getting better already!”
However, someone else suspected his teaser wasn’t about music at all.
“This feels like a sneaky way to announce that Kingsley is going to be a big sis,” a fan Tweeted.
Brown was quick to reply, saying, “HAHAHA NO SIR.”
When the couple met, Katelyn was a recording artist previously released two singles, “Perfect” and “24KT.” In fact, Brown was supposed to be in one of her music videos, but he could not appear due to a scheduling conflict.
Kane Brown previously shared plans to release an EP later this year. At this time it’s not clear if the Kane and Katelyn collab will be featured on that project or a future release.
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