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TIKTOK BANNED!
Unless the Senate manages to make this whole thing go away, that is.
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Music City
ICYMI: KANE BROWN ON AMAZON MUSIC LIVE
11/11/22

Amazon Music launched its third installment of Amazon Music Live last night (11/10) with RCA Nashville’s Kane Brown.

Following appearances by Lil Baby and Megan Thee Stallion, the multi-platinum country star kicked off the weekly live-streamed concert series with hits like “One Thing Right” and “Be Like That.”

The 13-track set also featured fan-favorites including "Short Skirt Weather" and "Good As You," as well as new songs like “Like I Love Country Music” and “One Mississippi” from his latest album, Different Man.

The series—hosted by 2 Chainz—is filmed in Hollywood in front of a live audience and airs on Prime Video following Thursday Night Football.

Next up to the stage will be Lil Wayne on 11/17, followed by Anuel AA on 12/1 with more guests to be announced in the coming weeks.

The Amazon Music Live concerts are available on demand for a limited time. Peep them here.

Shortly before the show, 1021 Entertainment’s Martha Earls and Nikki Boon were coerced into yet another HITS photo op. Pictured below are (l-r) Boon, Jesse MacMillan, Earls and Nicole Ghapgharan.