Kane Brown Biography
(Singer-Songwriter Known for His Singles ‘Used to Love You Sober’ and ‘What Ifs’)
Birthday: October 21, 1993 (Libra)
Born In: Chattanooga, Tennessee, United States
Kane Brown is an American country music singer who is best known for his hit singles ‘What Ifs’, ‘Heaven’ and ‘Used to Love You Sober’. Despite his young age, he is already a popular name in the country music scene. He became interested in music as a little boy and was initially an R&B enthusiast. Kane later began focusing on country music after he won a contest when he was in the 11th grade. He realized the potential his rich voice possessed and instinctively knew that he was destined for success in the country music genre. He soon started posting videos of his covers online. It didn’t take him long to earn a loyal fan following and he released his first EP titled ‘Closer’ in June 2015. It was a huge success and featured in the top ten on the Billboard Country Albums chart. Following this, he released a few singles which also became hits. Motivated by his initial success, Kane signed with RCA Nashville and released his first full-length album titled ‘Kane Brown.’ This album too was a major success and established him as an upcoming talent in the country music genre. He has been nominated for several awards and is the first ever country musician to have simultaneous number one singles listed on all five top country charts.