WATCH: Kane Brown and Katelyn Brown Debut Romantic ‘Thank God’ Music Video
Kane Brown and Katelyn Brown jetted off to the Aloha State to film the music video for their long-awaited duet,…
Kane Brown, Katelyn Brown – Thank God Music Video
Kane Brown and Katelyn Brown jetted off to the Aloha State to film the music video for their long-awaited duet, “Thank God,” and today, the song and video are out for the world to see.
Directed by Brown’s longtime collaborator, Alex Alvga, the clip follows the couple around Hawaii as they cruise down a picturesque road in a vintage Bronco with the top down, enjoy a walk through a luscious tropical rain forest, and escape the world together in a mountainside bungalow.
The video concludes with the couple embracing on a beach as the sun sets around them, making for a stunning romantic moment.
Watch The “Thank God” Music Video
“Thank God” marks the first duet between the longtime lovers and is Brown’s next official radio single. Going for adds on Monday, September 12, the sweet ballad finds Kane and Katelyn professing their love for one another and admitting that they “Thank God” every single day for bringing them together.
Filled with beautiful harmonies and a melody that fans can’t help but sing along to, “Thank God,” is sure to be Brown’s next big radio hit.
“So, thank God/ I get to wake up by your side and thank God/ Your hand fits perfectly in mine and thank God/ You loved me when you didn’t have to/ But you did and you do and He knew/ Thank God for giving me you/ Oh, yeah, thank God/ Thank God for giving me you,” they sing on the chorus.
Brown gave fans a sneak peek of the song over the weekend when he shared a clip of himself and Katelyn recording it in the studio with producer Dann Huff.
While Katelyn’s vocal chops may come as a surprise to some fans, she is no stranger to making music. In fact, when Katelyn first met Kane, she was pursuing a career as a solo R&B/Pop singer. Music is what brought them together in the first place as Kane was cast to be in Katelyn’s music video, but couldn’t fulfill the appearance due to a show.
In a 2020 interview with RADIO.com’s Kelly Ford, Kane shared the story about his first time meeting Katelyn.
“We met down in Florida at my very first show ever, I believe it was in 2015. The day before that show, I was supposed to be in her music video because she was an artist as well, and it couldn’t happen cause my show was the same day as the music video,” he recalled.
“So a year goes by and the same guy we were working with brings her to a show, she didn’t want to come and he forced her basically. We met, we didn’t talk at all, I maybe said hey to her but I thought she was adorable and I kept looking at her all night. So I asked her to come to Nashville like the next day, I flew her down and we just hit it off and she never left.”
While “Thank God” is poised to bring a lot of attention to Katelyn, don’t expect her to start pursuing a solo career.
“She doesn’t want to be an artist — she just loves singing,” Brown recently told Billboard. “She’s always singing around the house and her voice is beautiful. We’ve been looking for songs and probably went through about five of them before we got this one from one of my writers at [publishing company] Verse 2 and it was supposed to be a solo song. We changed it to a duet, and she fell in love this song. Personally, I think it is the biggest song off the record.”
“Thank God” was written by Josh Hoge, Jaxson Free, Kyle Fishman, Christian Davis, and Jared Mullins and appears on Brown’s just-released third studio album, Different Man.
The project features 17 tracks, including the chart-topping hits “Like I Love Country Music” and “One Mississippi.”
Click HERE to listen to Different Man.
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