Kane Brown Shares Video of an Unforgettable Daddy Daughter Moment
Kane Brown’s daughter Kingsley is the happiest baby on the block and the superstar’s latest video proves it. Brown just…
Kane Brown, Katelyn Brown, Kingsley
Kane Brown’s daughter Kingsley is the happiest baby on the block and the superstar’s latest video proves it.
Brown just shared an adorable video to Instagram showcasing a clip of him running around the house chasing his 18-month-old, teasing “I’m gonna get you.”
As the “Worship You” singer chases her around the kitchen and living room, little Kingsley can be heard giggling loudly. As he inches closer, Kingsley can’t help but to belly laugh as Brown yells “ahhhh!”
Brown’s wife, Katelyn, was quick to respond to the precious daddy-daughter moment, writing, “My world ❤️😍 so grateful 🙏🏼.”
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Brown recently revealed that he’s been working on a new song for Kingsley and that it just might appear on his upcoming album. In an interview with RADIO.COM’s Katie Neal, Brown shared, “I started writing a song the other day for her. But it’s still kind of like my song for my daughter. A song from before I even met her, and now she hasn’t grown up enough yet for me to really write anything about her. I was kind of saying, ‘you’re one now, when I blink you’re gonna be eighteen.’ It’s that kind of songwriting now.”
He previously released the touching track, “For My Daughter,” in honor of Kingsley. The emotional tune was co-written by Brown after he officially got the news that Katelyn was pregnant.
“I meant every word, and cannot wait to watch her grow up,” he previously shared.
Kane Brown recently announced his headlining Blessed & Free Tour, which will visit 35 cities beginning October 1. Joining Brown on the Blessed & Free Tour will be Jordan Davis, Chase Rice and Restless Road on select dates.
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