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Kane Brown Scores Third Consecutive No. 1 Single With “Lose It”

Kane Brown Scores Third Consecutive No. 1 Single With “Lose It”

Kane Brown scored the third No. 1 single of his career as “Lose It” ascended to the top spot on both the Billboard Country Airplay chart and Mediabase chart. “Lose It,” which is the lead single from Kane’s sophomore album, Experiment, follows previous No. 1 singles “What Ifs” and “Heaven.” Kane co-penned “Lose It” with…MORE

Kane Brown Talks New Album, Recent Wedding, Upcoming Tour, Guinness Record & More

Kane Brown Talks New Album, Recent Wedding, Upcoming Tour, Guinness Record & More

Jim Casey talks with Kane Brown about: staying cool under pressure getting married in October releasing his new sophomore album, Experiment, on Nov. 9 learning from the process of making his debut album in 2016 growing as a songwriter working with producer Dan Huff on the new album choosing current Top 10 hit, “Lose It,”…MORE

Watch Kane Brown Desert Dance and Camaro Cruise in New “Lose It” Video

Watch Kane Brown Desert Dance and Camaro Cruise in New “Lose It” Video

After scoring back-to-back No. 1 hits with “What Ifs” and “Heaven” from his self-titled debut album, Kane Brown shipped a new single, “Lose It,” to country radio on June 25. “‘Lose It’ is a song that I wrote—it was my first time writing after I already released my [debut] album,” says Kane. “I fell in…MORE

Get Lost in Kane Brown’s Uptempo New Single, “Lose It” [Listen]

Get Lost in Kane Brown’s Uptempo New Single, “Lose It” [Listen]

After scoring back-to-back No. 1 hits with “What Ifs” and “Heaven” from his self-titled debut album, Kane Brown will ship a new single, “Lose It,” to country radio on June 25. “Lose It” is possibly the lead single from Kane’s sophomore album, as it is not featured on his 2016 self-titled debut album or the…MORE

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