On "Famous Friends," Kane Brown joins Chris Young to raise a glass to hometown legends.
During the upbeat track's trio of choruses, the pair reference three counties of significance. In the first chorus, Young and Brown celebrate Rutherford County in Chris' hometown of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. I've got some famous friends you've probably never heard of But back in Rutherford County, our crowd is second to none In the second hook, the pair sub in Brown''s native Hamilton County, on the Tennessee and Georgia border. A final chorus name-offs Davidson County, where they both live in Nashville. "This song is a piece of me, and it means a lot because it's honest and it's real life," said Young in a press release. "Plus, Kane and I are good friends, and being able to have that history together, it adds a whole other level to the track."
Young told Radio.com's Kelly Ford that the tune speaks to a universal support system most people feel growing up in a community. "This song is our take on the people you grew up with, and a small town song," he said. "Maybe not even a small town, but your home town. Just reminding you of the people you grew up with."
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