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Kane Brown has premiered his new single, “Cool Again.” On the track, the Multi-Platinum, 4X AMA-winner reminisces about the good times of a past relationship.
The song was co-penned by Brown, Josh Hoge, Matthew McGinn, and Lindsay Rimes, and produced by Dann Huff and Lindsay Rimes, and Brown. The single follows the Platinum-certified “Homesick” which was the artist’s fifth consecutive No. 1 airplay hit.
Brown says, “We wrote ‘Cool Again’ at a writing retreat when it was about 20 degrees outside. At the time, it was about missing warm weather, but then it became so much more. It made us think about all the amazing memories of summer. We were really wanting to go back to that. I think that’s something people can really relate to in their own lives, especially right now.”
The song has already landed as this week’s most-added single at country radio. “Cool Again” has garnered 103 combined Billboard and Country Aircheck/Mediabase stations, which marks a career-high for the seemingly unstoppable 26-year-old entertainer.
Earlier this year Brown kicked off his North American “Worldwide Beautiful Tour,” following a European stint with sold-out appearances in London, Dublin, Amsterdam, Paris, and Berlin.
In March, Brown joined Garth Brooks and Carrie Underwood as the only artists to achieve Platinum and Multi-Platinum certifications in 2020, as his self-titled debut album was certified 2X Platinum and critically acclaimed Experiment certified Platinum.
Earlier this month, Kane Brown and John Legend released a track they co-wrote called “Last Time I Say Sorry.”