Kane Brown’s “Heaven” hits #1 on Billboard Country Airplay Chart
Multi-Platinum artist Kane Brown’s single, ‘Heaven,’ this week becomes the breakthrough star’s second consecutive #1 smash from his Platinum-certified (USA) self-titled debut album on this week’s Billboard and Country Aircheck/Mediabase’s country airplay charts.
‘Heaven’ follows Brown’s ACM nominated, multi-Platinum chart-topping single and 2018’s most-streamed song of the year, ‘What Ifs.’
At next week’s 2018 Billboard Music Awards, Brown is a triple-nominee for Top Country Artist, Top Country Album, and Top Country Song for ‘What Ifs’ with Lauren Alaina.
‘Heaven’ was co-written by Matthew McGinn, Australian writer/producer Lindsay Rimes and Shy Carter and produced by multiple award-winning Dann Huff.
Kane Brown has topped the Billboard Country Albums Chart for 11-weeks-and-counting and remains the best new artist country debut of the past four years.
Brown also now features on a new recording of Camila Cabello’s massive pop hit ‘Never Be The Same.’