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CD Review: Kane Brown’s Self Titled Album

Kane Brown’s Self Titled Album

Track Listing: Hometown, What Ifs,
Learning, Thunder in the Rain, Pull It Off, Cold  Spot, Ain’t 
No Stopping Us Now, Comeback, Rockstars, Better Place, Granddaddy’s
Chair.
The Georgia native singer/songwriter Kane
Brown is manifesting his life through music. 
His voice totally compliments to the guitar licks that explodes with the
complications in life.  Vocals adjust smoothly
to the beats and styles of music from country to rock, to pop, to R&B, to
rap.  Nice changes in vocal pitch and
volume are noticeable in different songs.  The drums and the guitar riffs detail the
twist of the story being told.  It’s no
surprise that a lot of people are drawn to his music and the story of his life.  Kane Brown gained success the non-traditional
way, earning a large fan base and rewarding the followers by truly connecting
with them.
“Hometown”’ is written by  Tyler Hubbard, Brian Kelly, James McNair and
Cameron Montgomery.  The chorus brings
the pop into the steps of achieving a dream as the guitar licks carry it to a
level of prominence.  As the song goes,  “All I wanna do is make my hometown proud,
make my hometown proud, make my hometown proud.”  You can listen to the riffs and licks and
these lines stick to your head and flows through your mouth as you sing
along. 
“What If’s” are sequence of anxious
thoughts that may blow things out of proportion or not as it stretches from the
beginning till the end of the song.  It
starts with the strings pummeling forward followed by flashes of series of
uncertainties of the situation.  The
track simmers with pop and country beat that mirrors the interpersonal tension
in the lyrics written by Kane Brown, Sam Ellis and Blake Anthony Carter.  It’s true that we do not know what lies ahead
of us and people become apprehensive. 
Imaginations can magnify problems until they seem insurmountable.  Well, there is no fear when we have the light
in our hearts that makes us see through heaven’s eyes.  It serves as a compass in life.
“Learning” is a touching narrative
rap.  It’s getting out in the storms in
life, learning to let go and choosing to be a forgiving person despite the
wrongs being done.  It teaches us the
value of choosing forgiveness as we truly understand our Makers gracious
forgiveness. 
“Thunder in the Rain” is a romantic track
and is one of the songs Kane Brown has written with Josh Hoge and Matthew
McVaney.  It went to Number 1 spot on the
iTunes. 
“Better Place”, another song written by
Kane Brown along with Chase McGill and Will Weatherly  which has a dreamy, sunny, caring and loving
feel that reflects the expression, “Your wish is my command.”  It’s a celebration of finding happiness, having
a dream together and doing everything for the one you love to reach destiny
point.
RECORD REVIEW BY STELLA TABELON – Music
Journalist, Country Music News International 

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