Brett Young Recalls His Favorite Childhood Christmas Present

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While we wait patiently for Santa's arrival, Brett spilled the Christmas tea with Cody Alan revealing the biggest differences that he notices during the holiday season after growing up in Anaheim, California and now living in Nashville.

“I love Christmas,” says the “In Case You Didn’t Know” singer. “It’s been an interesting adjustment because Christmas has always been 75 degrees for me. Now it’s like ‘real Christmas.’ We got snow in Nashville last week! The adjustment to the weather has been different, but also seems fitting.”

Brett enjoys buttoning up for the brisk Nashville winter, and with the arrival of his first daughter Presley in 2019, and second daughter Rowan in 2021, the Christmas season is looking very bright.

“What was your favorite Christmas gift when you were a kid?” Cody asks.

“My parents were awesome. We didn’t have a ton of money,” Brett glows with excitement. “They were always great with their giving. They had really thoughtful gifts and I was obsessed with old school Nintendo. Do you remember “Kung Fu” on Nintendo? Like, the worst, not good graphics,” laughs the country singer. “I think I stopped what I was doing, stopped opening gifts, and played “Kung Fu” for the rest of the morning!”

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