Kane Brown has big plans for his new album, but fans will have wait a little longer.
The CMA-award winner shared plans regarding his third yet-to-be-revealed studio album in an interview with Kelleigh Bannen of Apple Music’s Today’s Country Radio, saying the project has been pushed back.
“I will say, I pushed it back literally the other day. I’m not going to say when, but I did push my album back,” Brown said. “But I think I am going to release songs hopefully once every other month leading up to it.”
The “One Mississippi” singer noted part of the reasoning behind the delay is due to the multiple genres he’s using throughout.
“None of them sound the same, which is another thing that I’ve been thinking about,” Brown said. “I tried to go the old school route, but then I got too old school…I like different music.”
He highlighted incoming new songs such as “The Devil Don’t Even Bother,” combining The Charlie Daniels Band influences with 80’s and modern day country, and another unnamed track with producer Dann Huff, with potential Motown elements.
Release dates were not mentioned in the interview.