Kane Brown performed his latest single “Worship You” on The Late Late Show With James Corden on Tuesday (Oct. 27) evening.
The country superstar was joined by his full band with acoustic instruments in front of a make-shift outdoor set that include an imitation sunset, trees and even a backdrop that resembled a cloudy blue sky.
“When I wrote this song, it was about my wife and then our beautiful baby came into our picture and now it’s kind of around both of them, I worship them, they’re my family and I love them to death,” Brown said ahead of his CMT Music Awards performance of the track.
“Worship You” appears on his latest EP, Mixtape Vol. 1, and was co-written by Brown alongside Alexander Izquierdo, Ryan Vojtesak and Matt McGinn, Produced by Dann Huff.
Brown also announced that he is set to perform during the halftime show at the Dallas Cowboys and Washington game at AT&T Stadium on Thanksgiving Day in support of The Salvation Army.
The singer is set to release the music video for the song on Friday, October 30. You can see some behind-the-scenes clips from the forthcoming new video HERE.
Actor Billy Porter and singer/songwriter David Byrne also appeared as guests on this episode of the late-night talk show.