Chris Young traveled to Miami over the weekend to receive an honor from a very special group of young people.

The 'Lonely Eyes' singer was on hand to take part in the 2015 National YoungArts Week, where he spoke to young artists from across the country about his own experiences as an artist.

Young -- who himself was a 2003 YoungArts winner in Voice and U.S. Presidential Scholar in the Arts -- was presented with the YoungArts Arison Alumni Award for his outstanding career achievements, which include six No. 1 singles, seven Gold and Platinum certified singles, worldwide touring, ACM, CMA and Grammy nominations and more.

The singer's latest album, 'A.M.,' has scored him more hits with 'Aw Naw,' 'Who I Am With You' and 'Lonely Eyes.' He is set to embark on a tour in support of the record in March.

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