It’s been six months since Kane Brown released his debut self-titled album on Dec. 2, and the 23-year-old country star is still seeing plenty of success. His latest single from the LP, the Lauren Alaina collaboration “What Ifs,” is climbing its way up the Country Airplay chart, and he’s currently getting the chance to perform Kane Brown tracks as an opener for Jason Aldean on his summer tour.
To keep things rolling for Brown’s fans, the singer revealed Tuesday (June 20) that he’ll be releasing the Top Country Albums chart-topper on vinyl June 30.
Coincidentally, while Billboard was in Nashville for the CMT Music Awards and CMA Fest, we brought Brown to a famed record store called Grimey’s to play a little game of “On the Record.” In the three-round game, we asked Brown to find us a record that was the most influential on him as a singer, one that he wishes he could’ve sung on, and lastly, one that he can’t stop listening to right now.
Before being able to get Brown’s vinyl for yourself, take a look at the records he chose in a special CMA Fest edition of “On the Record,” as well as an interview with him below.