Kane Brown, country’s best-selling new artist debut of the past two and half years, is set to release a vinyl version of his chart-topping self-titled debut album on June 30th. The news was announced today via Billboard.
The Academy of Country Music New Male Vocalist and CMT Music Awards Breakthrough Video nominee first released his debut RCA Nashville/Zone 4 album in December 2016 and debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and Top 10 on the Billboard 200. The album earned Brown the fourth best-selling new artist debut across all genres in 2016.
Featuring updated cover artwork, the vinyl album contains seven tracks penned by Brown and 11 tracks total, including “What Ifs,” which rises to #31* on this week’s country airplay charts, and the critically acclaimed autobiographical track, “Learning.” Kane Brown is produced by Matt McVanay and 9-time ACM Award-winning producer/musician Dann Huff.
After performing to packed crowds during CMA Music Fest on the Riverfront Stage, HGTV Lodge and a Radio Disney Country VIP Experience, Brown gave fans a CMA Music Fest recap peek on his socials HERE.