Kane Brown’s New Album Is ‘Done’ and It Includes a Duet with His Wife, Katelyn
The wait for a new Kane Brown album is almost over. During a recent interview with Billboard, the country superstar…
Kane Brown, Katelyn Brown; Photo by Getty Images for CMT
The wait for a new Kane Brown album is almost over.
During a recent interview with Billboard, the country superstar shared a few more details about his long-awaited new project and promised it’s on the way.
“I am sending my album off for mastering tomorrow,” he said in an interview that was shared in mid-March. “But the album’s done and should be out sometime this year.”
The project will serve as the follow-up to 2020’s Mixtape Vol. 1, which produced hits like “Cool Again,” “Worship You,” and “Be Like That.”
The father of two said he carefully crafted the project and teased that it’s his best release yet.
“I took time with this album and I love every song on the album. My wife says it’s her favorite album I’ve ever done,” he revealed.
And yes, Kane’s much-anticipated duet with his wife Katelyn will be included on the album, he confirmed to the publication.
The platinum-selling star has been teasing the “Mad At This World” duet for nearly two years.
“She was a pop singer and she put singing on hold and then we had the baby,” Brown told Pop Culture in 2020. “We’ve been talking about doing a song together and then we just heard this song come in that was perfect for us. I thought it was a beautifully written song. And so we’re just excited to get that up, kind of release it to the fans. I tell her that she’s my secret weapon.”
Kane and Katelyn wed in 2018 and have two daughters: Kodi Jane and Kingsley Rose.
Though Katelyn is known to join Kane on stage at times, this will mark the first time fans will have the chance to hear them sing together.
Kane Brown’s new album is expected to include his latest chart-topping single, “One Mississippi,” and his newest release, “Leave You Alone.”
The Tennessee native will soon launch the next leg of his Blessed & Free Tour with his first-ever stadium concert in his hometown of Chattanooga.
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