Kane Allen Brown is an American singer and songwriter. Brown was first noticed by the public via social media. He released his first EP, titled Closer, in June 2015 and followed by a new single, "Used to Love You Sober", in October 2015. After Brown signed with RCA Nashville in early 2016, the song was included in his EP Chapter. 1, published in March 2016. He released his self-titled debut album Kane Brown on December 2, 2016. The single "What Ifs" was taken from that album and in October 2017, Brown became his first artist. five great national Billboard charts. Brown released his second album, Experiment, in November 2018, which became his number one debut album on the Billboard 200
|Birth name||Kane Allen Brown|
|Born||October 21, 1993, Chattanooga, Tennessee, U.S.|
|Genres||Country, country pop, pop, R&B|
|Labels||RCA Nashville, Zone 4|
With the publication of his debut EP, Closer, in 2015, he gained a lot of attention in the country music world. He auditioned for American Idol and The X Factor (US), with the latter selecting him in 2013. He'd eventually become known for his renditions of popular musicians' tunes. In 2016, he released the EP Chapter 1.
He wandered about Georgia as a homeless kid, living in cities like Rossville, Fort Oglethorpe, and Lafayette until landing in Red Bank, Tennessee.
He won a talent event in 2011 by performing a cover of Chris Young's "Gettin' You Home Tonight." Over 40 of his gigs have been sold out across the country.
In 2019, he co-wrote the hit "Lost in the Middle of Nowhere" with Becky G, in which he sings some Spanish verses.
African-American country musician. RCA Records Nashville Artists. Country musicians from Georgia (US state). Country musicians from Tennessee. Participants in American Idol. Tennessee Musicians