Kane Brown gave the television debut of his anthemic new single and fans just can’t get enough of it!
The country superstar performed his latest single “One Mississippi” on Tuesday (Aug. 24) evening during the popular late night talk show, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, as part of Kimmel’s concert series presented by Mercedes Benz. The performance marked the televised debut of the chart-climbing single.
Joined by his full band, Brown, wearing a cut off black shirt showing off his muscular form, performed the popular new song in the same place that he filmed the track’s music video, under the neon glow of flashing carnival lights, rides and games.
Watch his performance of “One Mississippi” from Kimmel 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 a relationship. I don’t know everybody’s had 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,” according to the country hitmaker.
The track officially impacted radio earlier this week on Monday, Aug. 23. “One Mississippi” quickly became the most added song at country radio with over 112 total stations adding the track into their rotation, marking Brown’s biggest radio impact day to date.
Brown also shared a music video for the new single upon its release. Directed by the award-winning Alex Alvga, who directs most of Brown’s music videos and captures his photos as well, the music video for “One Mississippi” features Ross Butler, a popular actor from Riverdale and 13 Reasons Why, who took to his Instagram gushing over the “catchy” song and the “opportunity to continue to breaking down cultural barriers.” He also commented that his participation in the music video is a “big milestone for me and I’m proud to make another step for inclusion wherever I can.”
Lizzo, Jonas Brothers and Cristo Fernandez also appeared during the Niall Horan guest-hosted late night show.
Additionally, Brown is set to join his longtime friend and collaborator Nelly early next month during CMT Crossroads on Wednesday, September 1, airing on CMT at 10/9c.