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A SWET PLAQUE FOR KANE BROWN
3/24/21

RCA Nashville/Zone 4’s Kane Brown is celebrating new career milestones. The country star was surprised at his home in Nashville, alongside his manager Martha Earls, with a commemorative plaque for surpassing 2b streams on Pandora.

The multi-platinum and 5X AMA-winner chart topper is currently up for Album of the Year for Mixtape Vol. 1 and Video of the Year for “Worldwide Beautiful” at the ACM Awards.

Boasting 565M on-demand streams to date on Mixtape Vol. 1, the album features platinum-certified hits like “Cool Again” and “Be Like That,” f/Swae Lee & Khalid, as well as “Last Time I Say Sorry” with John Legend and “Worldwide Beautiful.” Proceeds from the latter led to a $100k donation to The Boys & Girls Club on behalf of Brown—who’s now an honorary member.