Brown unveils video for "Be Like That"
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Brown unveils video for "Be Like That"

Wednesday, August 19, 2020

Kane Brown shares his retro-style music video for "Be Like That," together with Grammy-nominated artists Swae Lee and Khalid, today.

The clip, which was directed by Alex Alvga, features each artist performing in various backdrops of a 1940s-era motel in Sun Valley, Cal.

"Be Like That," which arrived on July 10 and all three artists had a hand in writing, continues to climb Billboard's Pop Songs and Adult Top 40 charts.

The "Be Like That" video is arriving on the heels of Brown's EP, "Mixtape Vol. 1," which came out last Friday. The seven-track set includes four previously released songs: "Cool Again," "Be Like That," "Worldwide Beautiful" and "Last Time I Say Sorry," Brown's "gorgeous ballad" (Billboard) with 11X Grammy-winner John Legend. It also introduces three new songs: "BFE," "Didn't Know What Love Was," and "Worship You." Brown also dropped the track and music video for "Cool Again (featuring Nelly)" on Aug. 7.

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