Kane Brown is a devoted dad to his daughters, Kingsley Rose, 3, and Kodi Jane, 1.
Brown’s two daughters often appear on he and wife Katelyn’s social media feeds, including a recent TikTok video in which the “Different Man” singer decided to have an impromptu dance party in his kitchen.
In the video, Brown breaks out some moves to Tate McRae and Tiesto’s song, “10:35,” as one-year-old Kodi Jane watches from her highchair nearby and wife Katelyn laughs off camera.
“Is Daddy so silly?” she asks her girls before her husband lifts Kodi Jane out of her high chair to continue the fun. Soon enough three-year-old Kingsley Rose wants in on the action and makes her way over to her dad and younger sister.
“Dance party,” Brown says, lifting Kingsley Rose into his arms, and the trio spends the rest of the one-minute clip laughing and jumping around together.
“Safe to say daddy is feeling way better 🤣 Morning dance party !!!!!,” Brown captioned the short video, referencing the difficult decision he made to cancel the Berlin and Stockholm dates on his international Drunk Or Dreaming Tour.
Watch Kane Brown’s “Morning Dance Party” With His Two Daughters Below
safe to say daddy is feeling way better 🤣 Morning dance party !!!!!
He Recently Was Forced To Cancel Two Concerts Due To Illness
“Hey Berlin – I’m so sorry to do this at such late notice but unfortunately we have to cancel tonight’s show,” Brown wrote on his Instagram stories ahead of the concert set for Jan. 29 at Verti Music Hall in Berlin, DE. “I’ve been sick the last few days and have tried to power through. After seeing 2 doctors we had to make the difficult decision to cancel.”
After explaining that fans’ ticket purchases would be refunded, he added, “I hope to be back soon and make it up to y’all. I love you guys and am so sad I can’t play for you tonight.”
A day later, Brown issued a similar statement, sharing that he had to cancel his final tour stop in Stockholm as well.
“Stockholm – Unfortunately, we have to cancel tomorrow night’s show,” Brown explained at the time. ”I have been very sick over the past few days and the doctors have said that I will not be able to perform tomorrow.”
Although Brown did not disclose his diagnosis, he said he had a 103-degree fever on Twitter after a social media user implied he was battling a hangover.
“Man When sickness brings you to tears like wtf,” Brown said, adding a crying face emoji.
“Kane that’s a hangover,” the social media user replied.
“103 fever is a hangover ? Damn,” he responded.
Man When sickness brings you to tears like wtf 😭
— Kane Brown (@kanebrown) January 29, 2023
Prior to his illness, Brown, his wife Katelyn, and their two daughters enjoyed some family time in Florida at SeaWorld Orlando and Disney World’s Magic Kingdom (Jan. 6).
Kane and his wife Katelyn shared various photos of their trip to their respective social media pages, including a family photo in front of the Magic Kingdom, a dolphin encounter at SeaWorld, meeting the characters at Sesame Street, and photos and videos of their oldest daughter being transformed into Belle from Beauty and the Beast.
Kane Brown Vows To Be The Best Dad He Can For His Two Daughters
During an interview with CBS This Morning back in October, Brown revealed that he vowed to be the best dad he could before he and wife Katelyn got married as a result of his own tumultuous childhood.
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“I just always knew I was going to try to be there for her or him. We didn’t know, but I was just always gonna try to be there,” Brown explained. “I always wanted to give them the life that — I know a lot of people say this — but I did want to give them the life that I never had.”
Brown released his latest studio album, Different Man, in September 2022. He’ll kick off the U.S. leg of his Drunk Or Dreaming Tour on Mar. 16 in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Fans who are interested in seeing Brown perform on the U.S. leg of the tour can purchase tickets HERE.