Leon, Brown go for "The One (Pero No Como Yo)"
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Leon, Brown go for "The One (Pero No Como Yo)"

Friday, March 1, 2024 – Mexican star Carin Leon and Kane Brown reveal their new collaboration "The One (Pero No Como Yo)," out today.

Featuring the heartfelt story of a man's attempt at winning back his one and only love, the new song was premiered by the duo in a live performance at this year's Premio Lo Nuestro Awards last week.

Last Friday, Brown came out to support Leon from the audience as he achieved a career milestone with his debut performance at the Grand Ole Opry.

Leon, 34, has released three studio albums. He will play the Stagecoach Festival in Indio, Cal. in April.

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