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Brown announces sophomore album

Tuesday, November 6, 2018 – Kane Brown will release his sophomore album, "Experiment," on Nov. 9 via RCA Nashville.

The release contains a dozen songs produced by Dann Huff.

The track list is:
1. Baby Come Back To Me
2. Good As You
3. Lose It
4. It Ain't You It's Me
5. Short Skirt Weather
6. Homesick
7. Weekend
8. Work
9. One Night Only
10. My Where I Come From
11. American Bad Dream
12. Live Forever

"Lose It" was released as the first single with "Weekend" the current single.

The Georgian released his debut album in 2016. He had hits with "What Ifs" and "Heaven."


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CD review - Experiment There's not a lot of room for argument to say that men singing country music today are different than the stars on the old Porter Wagoner show. Many have ditched the cowboy hat. They're hip-hop fans, video game junkies and spent most of their teenage money on tattoos. Kane Brown checks all these boxes and more. He's biracial, for example, subverting a country culture that seemed a little too exclusive for this century. And he built his following via the internet, not in clubs (a ...
CD review - Kane Brown First look at the cover for Kane Brown's full-length debut album, and you may experience a "Homeboy" moment. The young man appears like the tattooed model for Eric Church's song of the same name. Although Brown is categorized as bro-country in some quarters, the actual music he makes is much better than you might expect. This is one case where you shouldn't judge the book by its cover. Although the album includes a lustful song like "Pull It Off," which is a ...
CD review - Chapter 1 Kane Brown is the latest singer to wear the "Future of Country" mantel. With ridiculous social media statistics for a 22-year-old singer and hit songs on iTunes, the buzz about Brown was so loud that Nashville had to take notice. Brown's "Chapter One" EP marks his major-label debut, and it demonstrates that he does have talent, even if the songs don't always show it. As a new artist stretching his wings, Brown tries to do too much vocally. Frequently, he dips his ...


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