6 Songs, 20 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Kane Brown got his start covering country stars on YouTube, but with Closer he became a star in his own right. Offering six original songs—five that he penned himself—the EP sets Brown’s country-pop baritone over a combination of twangy rock guitars and rhythmic drum machines. On "Hit the Gas," he narrates a George Strait-style saga of young love, while the banjo-driven "Don't Go City on Me" sees Brown pining over an ex who's left her country roots behind.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Kane Brown got his start covering country stars on YouTube, but with Closer he became a star in his own right. Offering six original songs—five that he penned himself—the EP sets Brown’s country-pop baritone over a combination of twangy rock guitars and rhythmic drum machines. On "Hit the Gas," he narrates a George Strait-style saga of young love, while the banjo-driven "Don't Go City on Me" sees Brown pining over an ex who's left her country roots behind.

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