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article imageReview: Kane Brown amazing on self-titled breakthrough country album Special

By Markos Papadatos     Dec 25, 2016 in Music
Country singer Kane Brown released his self-titled breakthrough album on December 2, and it is amazing from start to finish.
It opens with "Hometown," where it is safe to say that he is making his own hometown proud with this musical effort. It is followed by the upbeat "What Ifs," where he sings with country songstress Lauren Alaina. Brown changes the pace of the album with the ballad "Learning" and it immediately breaks into the spitfire single "Thunder in the Rain."
"Pull It Off" is more mid-tempo and rocking, while "Cold Spot" is another atmospheric ballad. "Ain't No Stopping Us Now" is the album's lead-off single, and it is a keeper. It is followed by the soothing "Comeback," which is one of the highlight songs on the collection, and equally remarkable is the infectious "Rockstars." His album closes with "Better Place" and the bittersweet ballad "Granddaddy's Chair."
The Verdict
Overall, Kane Brown's new studio album is refreshing and highly diverse. Each song has its own identity on this project, and it features Brown's rich, baritone voice. There is something in it for everybody, and it is extremely difficult to select a personal favorite track. Brown stays true to his country roots. This CD earns five out of five stars.
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