07 Jun Country Star Kane Brown’s New Single LOSE IT Available Now, NOVEMBER 9 Confirmed Street Date for Brown’s Sophomore Album
On the heels of receiving his first CMT Music Award win last evening for Collaborative Video for “What Ifs” featuring Lauren Alaina, breakthrough entertainer Kane Brown has released his new single, “Lose It,” which is available now to stream and download. Country radio’s official impact date for the song is June 25. Brown co-wrote “Lose It” with Chase McGill and Will Wheatherly, and will perform the song before thousands of country fans at tonight’s kick-off of the Nissan Stadium star-packed concert series at 2018 CMA Music Fest.
On social media, Brown just confirmed the November 9 street date for his sophomore album on RCA Nashville/Zone 4. Produced by multiple-award-winner Dann Huff, the 24-year-old singer/songwriter’s yet-to-be-titled new album is the follow-up to his RIAA Platinum-certified self-titled debut which this week returns to #1 for the 12th time on the Billboard Top Country Album chart. During the time period of December 2016 to now, Kane Brown has held the most weeks at #1 on the country album consumption chart and is the only country album to make its debut AND achieve Platinum status. His self-titled debut is 2018’s most-streamed country album and has yielded two chart-topping smashes to-date, the Platinum-selling, multi-week #1 hit “Heaven” and Double-Platinum, CMT-Award winning #1 hit, “What Ifs” featuring Lauren Alaina
ACM, CMA, CMT and Billboard Music Award nominated Kane Brown first topped the Billboard Top Country Albums chart with the release of his self-titled debut album in 2016 and again with the release of Kane Brown Deluxe Edition in 2017, which debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums and Top 5 on Billboard 200 Charts. That same week, the singer-songwriter became the first-ever artist to top all 5 Billboard Country Charts with his breakthrough #1 Top Country Album; #1 debuting Country Digital Song, “Heaven”; and #1 Country Airplay, Hot Country Song and Country Streaming Song, the Double-Platinum “What Ifs” featuring Lauren Alaina. In fact, Brown was awarded a Guinness World Record for becoming the first act to top five U.S. country charts simultaneously.