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Kane Brown And Wife Katelyn Get Tattoos In Honor Of Their Daughter

Kane Brown And Wife Katelyn Get Tattoos In Honor Of Their Daughter

Kane Brown and his wife Katelyn recently got a tattoo together in honor of their baby girl, Kingsley Rose.

Tattoo artist, Bubba Irwin, shared a video to Instagram of the country singer getting his tattoo backstage at the Staples Center. "Some footage of the shoot from @kanebrown_music sold out concert at the staples center. So stoked and honored to be a part of this," he writes in the caption. "Can't explain how stoked i am for this dudes rise, journey, and take over in music!!!!"

Katelyn turned to her Instagram story to confirm the news after receiving messages from fans who had noticed the new tattoo in a previous post. "I literally just got a ton of messages about my tattoo," she said. "Yes, it is new. When Kane played the Staples Center, our friend Bubba came out and tattooed 'Kingsley' on my arm and on Kane’s neck."

Brown hasn't said much about his new tattoo, although in his latest Instagram post of him holding his daughter, it can be clearly seen. The new ink says his baby's name and is placed on his neck behind his right ear.

Brown and Katelyn welcomed daughter, Kingsley on October 29, 2019. Both Katelyn and Kingsley will be traveling with Brown as he embarks on his "Worldwide Beautiful Tour" launching at the end of February. Tickets to the tour are available now.

The "Good As You Singer" recently teamed up with John Legend for a new song. Brown turned to social media on Friday (January 10) to post a preview of the powerful ballad he wrote and recorded with Legend.

The video shared shows Brown singing along to the recording of the new song. "I won't say I'm sorry over and over / Can't you say I'm sorry, I've got to show you / I won't do it again / I'll prove my love is true / I hope the last time I said sorry is the last time I'll say sorry to you," the chorus goes.

Brown and Legend have not announced a release date for the new song. Stay tuned for further details to come.

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