As 2017 comes to a close, we are taking a lot of fond memories of Kane Brown and his adorable fiancée, Katelyn Jae, with us into the new year. The couple’s love story played out in sweet social media posts like this one.
Just before Christmas, Kane posted this throwback video featuring the country star and his fiancée singing hip-hop song “I Spy” from Kyle and Lil Yachty. They’re just rolling along in the car with the sunroof open, which means the clip was likely shot earlier this year.
Kane’s caption says, “Loving life as always.”
The song’s chorus speaks to Kane and Katelyn’s engagement — or at least the first part of the chorus does. The lyrics are, “I spy with my little eye, a girlie I can get ’cause she don’t get too many likes / A curly-headed cutie I can turn into my wife.”
Kane goes on to sing the line, “Wait, that means forever, ever, hold up, never mind,” but that part of the song does not apply to his life right now. Kane and Katelyn are moving forward with plans to tie the knot in the fall of 2018, and like most grooms, Kane is leaving most of the planning to his bride-to-be.
Before his recent performance at the Rare Country Awards, Kane told us, “She’s honestly doing basically all of it. I’m so busy and just going day-by-day. For me, all I want is for her to be there. I don’t need all the other extra stuff. It’s whatever she wants to do!”
Kane isn’t too worried about trusting Katelyn to make all the decisions for their big day because they have similar tastes in just about everything. That’s obvious watching their front seat singalongs in the car all this year.
Kane added, “She’s my mini me. She wears my clothes, and we have the same personality. We have a lot of fun.”
We know you’ll be watching with us in the new year as Kane and Katelyn get closer to tying the knot. Kane’s latest single, “Heaven,” perfectly sums up how he feels about his girl, and you can see him turn in a heartfelt performance of that song on the Rare Country Awards at RareCountryAwards.com. Kane also performed his chart-topping hit “What Ifs” at the show, and accepted the Duet of the Year trophy for that song, which is a collaboration with his childhood friend and fellow country star Lauren Alaina.