The pair performed their collaboration, “Saturday Nights” during the ACM Awards on April 7th and according to People, the country and pop star are teaming up again.
Khalid told the news outlet, “It’s just the beginning.”
Khalid and Kane initially connected during the American Music Awards. After exchanging numbers, Khalid reached out to Kane about collaborating. "When I wrote 'Saturday Nights' I actually wrote it as a country song, right? And so, before it came out, I was like 'I know for a fact that I'm putting him on the remix,'" Khalid says.
"I don't know, it just felt like my type of song. Our voices are so similar, so it was just a good collab," Brown agrees.
Kane and Khalid have immense mutual respect for each other musically and share a mutual love for country music. "It's an honor to be here. Kane Brown, he's so dope, and his voice is amazing," Khalid says. "I'm just so happy he hopped on the remix. It's super awesome, and everybody's been extremely nice to me," Khalid confirms. "I'm really so stoked."
Kane and Khalid’s remixed version of "Saturday Nights" is a reimagined track that was initially featured on Khalid's EP ‘Suncity.’ The song has proved itself among audiences of multiple genres. We can’t wait to see what else is in store!
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