Kane Allen Brown is an American singer and songwriter. He is multiracial, with a white mother, Tabatha Brown, and an African-American father who is also part Cherokee. He auditioned for both American Idol and The X Factor after the success of his school friend Lauren Alaina on American Idol.
About Kane Brown in brief
Kane Allen Brown is an American singer and songwriter. He is multiracial, with a white mother, Tabatha Brown, and an African-American father who is also part Cherokee. Brown was raised in rural northwest Georgia and in the Chattanooga, Tennessee, area. He auditioned for both American Idol and The X Factor after the success of his school friend Lauren Alaina on American Idol. Brown’s first EP, titled Closer, was released on June 2, 2015, and debuted on the Top Country Albums chart at number 22. He released his first full-length album, the self-titled Kane Brown, on December 2, 2016. In October 2017, Brown became the first artist to have simultaneous number ones on all five main Billboard country charts. Brown released his second album, Experiment, in November 2018, which became his first number one album on the Billboard 200. His cover of George Strait’s \”Check Yes or No\” went viral and received more than seven million views. He has also released a new single, \”Used to Love You Sober\”, on his birthday in 2015, the song was spotlighted on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 on Country Songs.
Brown has released a second song, A Minute Late Night Late Night, on November 30, 2015. He also has a second single, Another Love I Hate, which was released three weeks later on November 4, 2015 and debuted at number 38 on the Country Digital Songs chart based on just two days of sales, with 26,000 copies sold. Brown is currently working on his third album, which is due out later this year. He was initially signed to Zone 4 with Jay Frank as his first manager. Martha Earls became his manager in 2016, and he was signed to RCA Nashville in early 2016. He said he did not know he was biracial until he was 7 or 8 years old: “I thought I was full white… I found out that I was birracial, and I still wasn’t thinking anything of it, but then I started getting called the N-word… I learned what it meant, and that’s when it started affecting me”