Congratulations, Kane Brown!
The American Music Awards is finally here! It is an annual American music awards show and is considered as one of the three biggest music awards shows held annually.
But it turns out that Kane Brown is crowned as the favorite artist in the male category!
Kane Brown is a Winner
Kane Brown is certainly getting amazing. With the rise of his songs, he definitely deserves the win.
Right now, Marshmello & Kane Brown’s collaboration is on its rise.
Up to one place, “One Thing Right” earns #15 on this week’s listing. The song received 6,947 spins during the November 17-23 tracking period, topping last week’s mark by 149.
— As “One Thing Right” hits the Top 15, three songs officially crack the Top 20.
Up five places, Tones and I’s “Dance Monkey” grabs #17. The global phenomenon amassed 6,190 US pop radio spins this week (+1,424).
His competitors aren’t that bad too. Luke Combs and Thomas Rhett certainly made a name for themselves too.
Thomas Rhett kept it country for his performance at the 2019 American Music Awards on Sunday night (Nov. 24). The singer and expecting father (again!) performed his chart-topping hit “Look What God Gave Her” to an unapologetically enthusiastic crowd in Los Angeles.
Kane Brown introduced his friend, spotlighting some of the CMA Male Vocalist of the Year nominee’s charitable work before introducing the song and singer. Earlier Rhett walked the red carpet with his very pregnant wife, Lauren. The couple is expecting their third baby girl in 2020.
Wearing ripped blue jeans and an I Howl My Love for You jacket, Rhett worked the full stage and then some, eventually working his way into the crowd for a well-rehearsed, comfortable performance of his biggest hit of 2019. The song was the first single from his Center Point Road album and was released to radio in March.
The 2019 American Music Awards, the world’s largest fan-voted awards show, will broadcast live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Nov. 24 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.
The nominations are based on key fan interactions, including album and digital song sales, radio airplay, streaming, social activity, and touring.
The measurements are tracked by Billboard and its data partners, including Nielsen Music and Next Big Sound, reflecting the time period from Sept. 28, 2018, through Sept. 26, 2019.
The American Music Awards winners are voted entirely by fans.