Kane Brown is one country superstar who does not slack when it comes to music videos. Many of his videos are art pieces and have movie-like quality. Kane and his wife Katleyn won CMT’s top honor earlier this year when they took home the coveted Video of the Year award for their “Thank God” video.

Brown recently released a cover of Elvis Presley’s classic “Blue Christmas.” Elvis’ voice starts off the familiar song, and Kane’s voice comes in on the second verse.

Kane told us of the new cover, “I chose to cover ‘Blue Christmas’ because it was probably one of my favorite Christmas songs. I don’t have a lot. I used to sing it all the time whenever I was first coming up in the music scene, just while I was warming up and just playing around on stage, so when I got asked to do a Christmas song, of course, I’d have picked that one. And to reimagine it with Elvis is amazing.”

He added, “I heard it for the first time the other day, so just to hear me and Elvis on the same song is crazy. ”

Kane said of the King of Rock and Roll, “Elvis is awesome. I wish I would have been around to get to watch him perform, but I did get to watch his documentary, so it felt like I was kind of there.”

He recently performed the song along with performance video clips of Elvis as a duet on a new holiday special celebrating Elvis Presley and Christmas music at Graceland. The show was called Christmas at Graceland and aired on NBC.

Here, we gathered five of what we believe are Brown’s best music videos to date.

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  • "One Mississippi" (2021)

    This music video is quite dramatic and features actor Ross Butler. The video tells the story of a lovestruck pair, with Brown appearing against theatrical staging in a rural setting. Kane told us, “This song is about a relationship. Everybody’s had [a situation] where you make up, and you break up, and you just keep running into each other, and then something about that spark in the relationship gets y’all back together and may fall apart again, but he tried it twice at least.”

  • "Worship You" (2020)

    The music video was filmed in the Jackson Hole, Wyoming, mountain forests and starred Brown’s wife, Katelyn, and their young daughter, Kingsley. Kane told us of the song, “‘Worship You’ is basically ‘Heaven’ 2.0; it’s saying that your girl, your wife, is your everything. You know that she doesn’t walk on water or anything like that, but you basically praise her. Originally, it was thinking about Kate, you know, but then I did this video that I put on my Instagram; it was me, Kate, and Kingsley, and I was singing it to Kingsley.”

    He added, “It’s basically just worshiping my family now; they’re both my girls, and I’d do anything for them. Worship the ground they walk on. I feel like it’s going to be a wedding song.”

  • "Like I Love Country Music" (2022)

    Kane told us of this number one song, “I wrote this song in 2019. I remember it was a little writer’s retreat thing on the road. So we had two different songs going, one in the back of the bus and one in the front of the bus. And I was in the back. And as I came up front, they, the writers, had this great idea. And they already had some of the first verse, and I just remember thinking, this could be a smash.” The video was filmed at The Nashville Palace dancehall and honky tonk.

  • "Worldwide Beautiful" (2020)

    Brown told us of the epic video at the time it was released, “I think it’s the biggest music video that we’ve done. This was one that I didn’t really get to see the treatment for. We did it in Mount Pleasant, which is 45 minutes to an hour away from Nashville, going toward Alabama, and it was awesome. But when I got there and saw that those cops had everyone pulled over, I thought that someone had really wrecked. Like, I didn’t know that that was the set. It looked like the town was literally abandoned.”

  • "Thank God" (2022)

    This song was the first number-one song by a husband and wife (Kane and Katelyn Brown) since Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s “It’s Your Love” in 1997. The music video was shot in Hawaii. The video won the 2023 CMT Video of the Year honor at the April award show. The popular video has over 55 million views on YouTube.

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