In light of recent events, Kane Brown has released a new song titled Worldwide Beautiful, which has a strong message of unity at its heart. You can watch the lyric video below.
Written by Brown, Shy Carter, Ryan Hurd and Jordan Schmidt, the Tennessee born artist has released the song in conjunction with helping the Boys & Girls Club of America in an attempt to advocate for justice and equality for millions of youngsters. You can find out more here.
Coming at a very politically charged time, the lyrics from Brown clearly advocate peace and unity, including the likes of “at every show I see my people/they ain’t the same, but they’re all equal” and “still got some work, but we still got a dream/every shade, every heart, come together and sing.”
2020 has been a very busy year so far for Kane Brown, who managed to tour the UK for the first time ever in February, but it has also seen his release a lot of singles.
So far this year, alongside Worldwide Beautiful, Brown has been involved with a duet with Thomas Rhett featuring Ava Max (On Me), a duet with John Legend (Last Time I Say Sorry) and a standalone single in Cool Again.
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