Kane Brown’s daughter Kingsley Rose is dancing machine when it comes to her dad’s new music!
The country superstar shared a video of him and his 22-months-old daughter dancing to his latest single “One Mississippi” in what appears to be the kitchen in his Tennessee home.
“She wouldn’t shake her hips like she usually does but she’s dancing to my new song one Mississippi are you ?🔥❤️,” Brown captioned the adorable video.
Throughout the clip shared to Brown’s Instagram on Sunday (Aug. 22), the chart-topping hitmaker is seen alongside his daughter dancing, twirling, and pointing at each other.
“That’s me,” Brown replied to his daughter as she points to him saying “Daaa,” a word that Brown said his daughter says every time he looks down the stairs after waking up.
“Her personality is off the chart. She can’t talk yet, but she knows what she wants, she just points,” Brown said of his daughter to Audacy’s Katie & Company. “She says ‘yea’, and she says ‘dad’. Every time I wake up and look downstairs she goes ‘Daaa’…She says ‘mom’, but she screams my name every time I come through the door.”
Watch the adorable daddy/daughter dance moment below.
Co-written by Brown alongside Jesse Frasure, Levon Gray and Ernest K. Smith and produced by Dann Huff, “One Mississippi” is a song about continuously running into an ex after breaking up that ignites a spark that gets you back together which may ultimately end up falling apart again.
“I’ve been telling everybody this song means a lot to me because I found this dude from Alabama his name is Levon [Gray], and he’s also a writer on the song,” Brown told Audacy of his new single. “He tagged me on an Instagram story of him singing, and I told him I’m starting my publishing company and said ‘how would you like to write songs?’, and he said ‘I’d love to’, so I told him to come up to Nashville and write one song with me, and he came up and brought the idea of ‘One Mississippi’, so we just let him run with it. This is the first song we’re cutting off the album.”
The song will officially impact country radio on Monday, Aug. 23.