Brown contemplates "What If"
Tuesday, January 17, 2017
– Kane Brown released the third single, "What If," from his full-length debut today.
Lauren Alaina helps out on the song. "What If" goes for adds on Feb. 6. Brown wrote the song with Matthew McGinn and Jordan Schmidt.
"Kane Brown" came out in December with the release already having the singles "AIn't No Stopping Us Now" and "Thunder in the Rain."
The Georgian's most successful single was "Used to Love You Sober" from Brown's "Chapter 1" EP from 2015.
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