Kane Brown Remembers The Social Media Post That Jumpstarted His Career
I love hearing artists talk about that career moment when they went from being a nobody . . . to realizing that things are about to change. KANE BROWN had that happen a few years ago when he posted his cover of Lee Brice’s “I Don’t Dance”.
He said, quote, “I woke up and had 800 friend requests and I accepted all of them. I got 700 more but couldn’t accept anymore. It said ‘you’ve maxed out on friends.’ [The post] ended up getting 60,000 shares and I gained 200,000 followers in two weeks.”