‘Alaskan Bush People’ Star Rain Brown Is Living the Ranch Life with Horses and Country Music in First TikTok

by Michael Freeman

Announcing days ago she joined TikTok, Alaskan Bush People star Rain Brown illustrates she’s living her best ranch life with her first post.

The video is straightforward and simple, yet relaxing nonetheless. With the simple caption “Lance #nsr #ranchlife,” we’re treated to a lovely sunset scene with a horse enjoying an evening snack. Blake Shelton’s God’s Country plays in the background, setting up a peaceful ambiance.

While a bit tamer and less humorous than what Rain Brown typically posts on social media, one can’t deny the good vibes the video brings. Rain’s fans seem to agree.

“Love that you’re on here. Love this family, the way of life, and personality, the way things are headed down here, I’d take this life any day,” writes the top-rated comment. “Beautiful horse!” writes another. Do you mind panning a bit more so that we can see the horse more? Have a nice day and God bless.”

Along those lines, the horse may have Rain running for her money concerning compliments. Dozens of commenters love the horse, with one noting “this beats any of those dumb ‘challenges’ all day every day.”

However, more than anything else, people seem to be wishing her well because of her dad’s recent passing. Already having more than 11k followers, Brown seems to have a massive amount of support.

Rain Brown Posts Message ‘Dedicated’ to Late Father Billy Before New ‘Alaskan Bush People’ Season Begins

Rain Brown’s father, Billy Brown, sadly passed away this year in February after suffering a fatal seizure. Taking to Instagram, Rain posted a heartwarming message dedicated to her late father before the next Alaskan Bush People season premiered this month.

“Wanted to give a big thank you to our wonderful crew for helping us pull this off, from @discovery to our ground crew,” Rain captioned the post. “And a huge thank you to our lovely fans who have awaited this new season, although it’s nothing like we would have hoped, I do think it’s very beautiful.”

She continues, talking about her father and carrying his memory with them. “This new season is dedicated to our da, and the wonderful inspiration he was. In this new season, we face the struggles of carrying on with him in our hearts instead of by our side and work harder than ever to fulfill his family dream.”

She concludes by hoping people will tune in and thanking them for their support. “The new season will premiere Sunday 9/19 on discovery and discovery+ I hope you will tune in and enjoy. God bless.”

Alaskan Bush People‘s 13th season premiered earlier this month on September 19 on Discovery+ and Discovery.