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Friday, July 31, 2020

Kane Brown - "Lose It (Pandora Live)" [Country]

Lose It (Pandora Live)

"Lose It (Pandora Live)" music video by Kane Brown
Added: 31-07-2020
Genre : Country
Description : Kane Brown - Lose It (Pandora Live)

Kane Brown "Lose It" from Pandora Live. Hear all the tracks from Kane's performance here: https://ift.tt/2D58MdH
 
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"Lose It" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music singer Kane Brown. It is the lead single to his second major-label album Experiment. Brown wrote the song with Chase McGill and Will Weatherly.

Brown said of the song, "I fell in love with this song, it was really exciting, it was really uptempo. It’s one of my favorite songs, so I hope you enjoy it." Brown officially released the single in June 2018, following an Instagram post he made in March that featured him dancing to the song's chorus with his dog. He also noted that the song was an example of wanting to bring new sounds to his music, highlighting in particular that it is his first song to contain a fiddle. The song is about the emotions felt around the narrator's lover, saying that he "lose[s] it" in her presence. Of the lyrics, The Boot writer Liv Stecker said that "the first verse launches, coaching a romantic prospect to offload distractions. The lyrical theme switches in the chorus, as Brown admits that he's the one losing it, when she's all in."

Tags : 2020, 20s, Kane Brown

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