Kane Brown has new music in the works, opening up about his upcoming album in a new interview with Pure Country.
“I’m really excited,” he said at LASSO Montréal in Canada. “We usually have a huge variety.
I usually have pop stuff on there, but so far this album has just been pop country and then we have some really traditional country songs.”
He also revealed that the album includes a song that was on hold for George Strait before “The King of Country Music” passed on it. “I’m really excited for that one,” Brown shared.
Brown’s last album was 2022’s Different Man, which featured the No. 1 singles “One Mississippi” and “Like I Love Country Music.”
While Brown hasn’t confirmed anything, fans would no doubt love another collaboration between the singer and his wife, Katelyn Brown.
Their first duet, “Thank God,” appeared on Different Man and went to No. 1 at country radio, giving Katelyn her first chart-topper.
Kane Brown hinted at the possibility of another team-up with his wife, revealing that “we’ve already been talking about it.”
An earlier interview with Entertainment Tonight also indicated that another duet could be in the works.
“We’re working on it,” Brown said at the ACM Awards in May. “We’re putting a studio in the house right now, so we’re gonna put the babies to bed and just work on some music.”
When asked about a potential album of duets, Brown replied, “There ain’t nothing we’re gonna say no to.”
Brown and Katelyn have been performing “Thank God” together during many of Brown’s shows this year, including his Drunk or Dreaming Tour.
According to Kane Brown, the next time he goes on tour, the venues might be a whole lot bigger.
“We’re going to start moving to stadiums coming up, so eventually it would be sick just to be a stadium act,” he told Pure Country, adding that he wants “the biggest production possible.”
As for his current music, Brown’s latest single, “Bury Me In Georgia,” is in the Top 10 at country radio.
While his career achievements have only increased in the past year, the 29-year-old admitted that he still can’t quite believe everything he’s accomplished.
“I still can’t believe I’m where I’m at now,” he said. “We just keep growing, so it’s been an amazing feeling and all of the fans and [radio] for playing the music.
I’m literally the most down to earth guy that you’ll ever meet, so I can’t even believe I’m here.”
Brown and Katelyn share two daughters, 3-year-old Kingsley and 1-year-old Kodi.
Kingsley is now old enough to form an understanding of what her parents do for a living, which Brown said is “always awesome” to see.