Kane Brown Teases New Music and Collaborations

After taking his latest single, “Homesick,” to the top of the charts, Kane Brown is shifting his focus to his…


Lauren Jo Black

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March 22, 2020

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Kane Brown; Photo by Andrew Wendowski

After taking his latest single, “Homesick,” to the top of the charts, Kane Brown is shifting his focus to his new music.

In a recent interview with his record label, the superstar shared his gratitude for the song’s success and explained how ready he is for this next chapter.

“I’m excited that I have a number one.,” he shared. “It’s a blessing to get and I’m just focused on the next one- just got to keep moving forward.  And, yeah, I just really appreciate the radio and everybody that’s helped me get this number one.”

Late Sunday (March 22), Brown took to Twitter to share an update on his new music, teasing fans over his excitement for what’s to come.

“So excited for this new music ?? and the other artist apart of them ?,” he wrote.

Brown has dropped a few other hints surrounding his new music in the past few months, even performing two new songs while on his headlining Worldwide Beautiful Tour earlier this year. During the opening night of the North American leg of the tour, Brown sang “Vodka Cranberry” and “Be Like That” and told fans that new music would be coming sometime in March.

As for the collaborations, in January, singer/songwriter teased a new duet with John Legend, however it’s unclear if that song will make it on his record or Legend’s next album.

According to Brown’s previous social media updates, his next single will not be revealed on social media prior to its release. This will be a first for Brown, who has a rapid online fanbase.

“This next radio single will be my first one that no one has heard on my social media before it’s released,” he told fans in February.

Brown’s next album will be the follow-up to 2018’s Experiment, which spawned hits such as “Lose It” and “Good As You.”

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