The ACM Awards aren’t until Sunday but we now know yet another winner. Kane Brown has picked up the trophy for Video of the Year for “Worldwide Beautiful.” He is now the first black solo artist win the category.
“I wrote this song with three of my buddies out of Nashville,” Kane shared on “CBS This Morning.” “We were just like ‘you know, it would be a great day when everybody could just see the beautiful in the world… we’re all a little different, but we’re all just different types of beautiful.”
He added,” I couldn’t ask for it to come out any better than it did.”
- Kane is set to perform on Sunday’s ACM Awards, and will team with buddy Chris Young for their collaboration “Famous Friends.”
- The 56th Annual ACM Awards, hosted by Keith Urban and Mickey Guyton, airs live from Nashville Sunday on CBS (8 pm). The performances will take place in three iconic Music City venues - the Grand Ole Opry House, the historic Ryman Auditorium and The Bluebird Café.
Source: CBS This Morning
JUST REVEALED: Country music star @KaneBrown just won "Video of the Year" for #WorldwideBeautiful ahead of the @ACMAwards, becoming the first Black solo winner in that category. pic.twitter.com/bPBCx9q6Fn— CBS This Morning (@CBSThisMorning) April 14, 2021