Kane Brown is used to being in front of the camera -- he grew his fanbase and earned his record deal thanks in part to his YouTube videos -- so it's no surprise that his debut music video, for "Used to Love You Sober," is an entertaining experience.

The "Used to Love You Sober" clip shows off Brown's magnetic personality on and off the road. The video weaves footage from the singer's sold-out shows and interactions with frenzied fans together with shots of Brown throwing around a football, relaxing on his tour bus, selling merch and more. It's a simple-but-effective way to continue to spread "Used to Love You Sober" far and wide.

Brown has had himself a crazy year so far: Just three months into 2016, the Georgia native has signed his first major-label record deal, released his debut major-label EP, Chapter 1, earned a spot on Florida Georgia Line's 2016 Dig Your Roots Tour (also featuring Cole Swindell and the Cadillac Three) and, of course, released "Used to Love You Sober" and its accompanying music video. For his five-song EP, which was released on March 18, Brown co-wrote four of the five tracks with fellow tunesmiths such as Chris Young, Corey Crowder and Josh Hoge.

A complete list of Brown's upcoming show dates are available on KaneBrownMusic.com. He'll be touring the country nonstop until late October.

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