Kane Brown Scores First Solo No. 1 Hit with “Heaven”

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It’s only been six months since Kane Brown got his first taste of incredible country music success. His song, “What Ifs” (featuring Lauren Alaina), topped five different country music charts at one time, making history in the genre. Today, Brown is celebrating another visit to the No. 1 spot on the chart, this time with a song he released on his own.

If you haven’t heard the song “Heaven” yet, it is quite possible you haven’t turned the radio on in the past several weeks. Also, if you haven’t heard the song “Heaven” yet, you should stop what you are doing (after reading this article, of course) and give it a listen. It is quite possible you will fall in love instantaneously.

If that is the case, you wouldn’t be much different than Brown. The first time he heard his now No. 1 song, the Sony artist knew he had to have it for his album. Brown shared with Billboard:

My first impression when I heard “Heaven” was “do not let anyone else have that song! I’m putting it on hold. . . . I knew it was special from the first time I heard it, and I thought my fans would love it as much as I did.

Brown couldn’t have been more right; only it was also going to be radio program directors who loved it as much. Today, the song, written by Blake Anthony Carter, Matthew McGinn, and Lindsay Rimes, was declared the most played song in the country.

Watch Kane Brown’s music video for his current No. 1 single, “Heaven,” below.

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