The country singer isn't afraid to get silly with his little girls for some laughs together
Kane Brown is tearing it up with his girls.
The country music dad, 29, shared a video on Instagram Monday of a special moment with daughters Kodi Jane, 20 months, and Kingsley Rose, 3. The two girls sported wet hair and fresh pajamas after bath time and opted for a dance session with Dad before calling it a night.
Dad and daughters enjoy a full-on on jam-session, dancing and singing along to Alicia Keys' "Girl On Fire" together.
"Bath time ❤️," he captioned the video.
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Last year, the country music star opened up about embracing his role as a girl dad, telling PEOPLE, "I have learned to be patient, and I've also learned that there's true love. And if anybody ever got between me and my daughter, I don't know what would go on."
"Kate's been a great mom and a huge backbone for me if I have to go to the studio or if I go to a writing session," he said of his wife. "There's never anything that she can't handle. She never hits me up and says, 'Hey you have to leave your write early because I have to do this.' She's just there, so she's awesome."
On top of sharing a life together and starting a family, the two musicians have also collaborated on music. In September 2022, Kane released the song "Thank God," in which Katelyn is featured.
"My fans have been waiting five years for us to sing together … There [were] actually four [other songs] that we had," Kane told PEOPLE of the collaboration. "I was like, 'Babe, you're going to be on this one, or this one or this one.' And then 'Thank God' came in and I was like, 'This is the one.' And she said the same thing, but I'm so glad I waited for this particular one to come out."
He added, "I keep telling everybody she's my secret weapon, but this song is just, like, us. I feel like it's any relationship song or anybody that's married or going to get married just knows. It's like, 'God put you in my life for a reason.'"
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