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Kane Brown: Diamond Single & Humanitarian Award (pics)

Multi-Platinum singer/songwriter Kane Brown was honored with several milestone awards and certifications last week during 2024 CRS in Nashville. On Thursday (2/29), Brown was presented with the CRB Artist Humanitarian Award at CRS Honors for his ongoing work with the Boys & Girls Club by Kurt Johnson.

Frank Sanchez, National Vice President of Sports, Entertainment and Alumni Development at the Boys & Girls Club, was on-hand to speak of Kane’s often behind-the-scenes contributions to the organization’s kids, noting the impact on his organization and its members he’s directly seen working with Brown for the past five years.

Kane Brown: Diamond Single & Humanitarian Award

Brown and Sanchez also announced an upcoming music studio revitalization that will be completed through a donation provided by Brown in Texas this year, Country Now noted.

A long-time supporter of the organization, Brown was previously honored by the Boys & Girls Club during their Champion of Youth Award for his commitment to service—an award designed to honor those who have demonstrated an outstanding level of support to the youth of their organization with honorees including LeBron James and Jennifer Lopez- during their 75th National Youth of the Year Ceremony (2022).

“When we think of the word humanitarianism, the definition of that as somebody who gives to the greater good of those in need.

And when I met Kane Brown some five years ago when he came into the headquarters of Boys & Girls Club, I met a gentleman who said, ‘I want to give back to the greater good of kids.’ But over this past five years, I think when it comes to Kane, there’s a word missing in that definition, and the word is selfless. Kane is a humanitarian that gives selflessly to the kids of Boys & Girls clubs and has done that for five years… over the past five years, I have nobody who has demonstrated that more than Kane Brown,” Sanchez shared.

In addition to his previously announced recognition by CRB, his Humanitarian Award, later that evening Brown was presented on stage by Sony Nashville Chairman and CEO Randy Goodman, manager Martha Earls, and Michelle Ballantyne, Chief Operating Officer of RIAA, at Cannery Ballroom with a Diamond certification trophy and plaque for his Diamond single, “Heaven” as well with plaques celebrating his certifications for:

  • •                Kane Brown Album 3XP
  • •                “Heaven” – Diamond 10XP
  • •                “What Ifs” – 9XP
  • •                “Thank God” 3XP
  • •                “One Thing Right” – 5XP
  • •                “Be Like That” – 4XP
  • •                “Good As You” – 3XP
  • •                “Lose It” – 3XP
  • •                “Homesick” – 3XP
  • •                “Bury Me In Georgia” – 1XP
  • •                10 #1 Country Radio Singles

Additional images from Kane Brown’s CRB Humanitarian Award Honor and additional images from his Diamond Certification celebration concert event at Cannery Ballroom in Nashville, TN, held in partnership with the RIAA to honor Brown, can be found here. Photo credit: Angelea.

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