Kane Brown Announces New Album, Reveals Release Date
There's an end in sight for Kane Brown fans anxiously awaiting his sophomore album: The singer has announced he'll be releasing the as-yet still-untitled set on Nov. 9. He's also dropped a new single from the project, "Lose It," which is now available for stream and download, and will officially hit radio on June 25.
Brown's album will follow up his platinum-certified self-titled debut from 2016, which this week celebrates its 12th week at No.1 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart. The album marks 2018’s most-streamed country release to date, and includes the hits "Heaven" and What Ifs” featuring Lauren Alaina.
Brown won his first-ever CMT Award on Wednesday night (June 6), for Collaborative Video for the aforementioned “What Ifs." He was scheduled to play his new single live or the first time as a part of his official Nissan Stadium debut at 2018’s CMA Music Fest in Nashville June 8.
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