Rising bluegrass music superstar Cody Johnson and icon Reba McEntire are highlighted in the artistic and ground-breaking music video for their two-part harmony of “Dear Rodeo. Directed by Shaun Silva, the video was shot in the Tennessee Miller Coliseum in Murfreesboro, TN, highlighting Johnson’s bull-riding profession’s real film.
The couple bounced on YouTube minutes before dispatch to check down to the world debut going live. McEntire, a previous barrel dashing contender, related by and by to the song’s message, which incited her to join Johnson for the two-part harmony.
“It’s like rodeo delivered me,” Reba McEntire says in the video. “It stated, ‘Please. You do what you should do here.’ “The moment that I went to my first secondary school rodeo here in this field, I became hopelessly enamoured with the entire show, the entire thing,” Johnson partakes in the video.
Looking back now, I think the bull was only a representation of something I was searching for. I didn’t know then that that planned to lead me to the things I have done at this point.” Co-written by Dan Couch and Johnson, “Dear Rodeo” fills in as Johnson’s adoration letter to his previous bull-riding profession.
The intelligent single was Top 3 most-added at nation radio upon sway and has acquired over 45 million worldwide streams to date. In 2018 and 2019, Johnson played out the inwardly charged tune at the biggest domesticated animals show and rodeo on the planet, RODEOHOUSTON, which he sold out the two years.
Furthermore, as of late, Johnson offered his appreciation to McEntire with his dazzling adaptation of McEntire’s GRAMMY-winning No. 1 “Whoever’s in New England,” presently accessible on every real-time feature. It sounds Like Nashville depicted it as “a lovely yet sad cover,” expressing: “Johnson’s vocal ability and throbbing conveyance is generally discernible in the last melody as he hits the vital change in evident flawlessness.” It is “an excellent bit of work” by Music Row. “Dear Rodeo” is highlighted on Johnson’s major-name debut collection Ain’t Nothin’ To It, which showed up at the first position on the Billboard Top Country Albums graph and their all-classification Digital Albums diagram.
The record likewise includes gold-certified single “Nothin’ On You” and platinum-certified debut single “On My Way To You,” the last of which flaunts over 280 million streams worldwide and gave Johnson his first Top 10 at national radio. Composed by Brett James and Tony Lane, the song was named one of ASCAP’s “Most Performed Songs of 2019.”