Kane Brown Recalls Tough Childhood and Reminds Others to Give Back to Their Communities {WATCH}

In a new video for Good Morning America, Kane Brown shared family photos and what advice he would give to his younger self.

Kane shared an adorable photo of himself as a little boy wearing a cowboy hat riding a pony and another of himself in a suit holding a football. He talked about his childhood saying that growing up he lived in a car with his mother after she was pushed out of her home for having a biracial child. He also talked about how it felt to be called a racial slur in middle school.

He shared a photo of himself winning his first industry award and what that meant to him. “I probably did 100-150 covers never thinking anything would come out of it.” He said when he went viral for the first time he went into the bathroom and cried. Now his favorite thing is seeing the diversity in the crowd at his shows.

Kane also encouraged others to give back to their communities. He volunteered recently at the Boys and Girls Club of Chattanooga and he talked about how important it is to him to give back.