Jason Aldean Releases Music Video For “Let Your Boys Be Country,” Starring Son Memphis

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The father-son duo don camouflage and get out into the wilderness in a new video shoot.

On Monday, November 6th, Jason Aldean released the music video for his new song “Let Your Boys Be Country,” and he has a particularly special co-star: his five-year-old son Memphis. 

Before the release of the song, Aldean shared a video on social media explaining that the song is about the “simpler parts of life.” On the notion of childhood, he adds: 

Make it simple, let it be enjoyable. Whether it’s going outside and playing sports, going to hunt… whatever it is. Just let them be innocent for now.” 


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“Let Your Boys Be Country” appears on Jason Aldean’s new album Highway Desperado

“Let Your Boys Be Country” was written by Allison Veltz Cruz, Jaron Boyer, and Micah Wilshire. The song is one of fourteen tracks on Jason Aldean’s 11th studio album Highway Desperado, which was released on November 3rd. 


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Some familiar faces make cameo appearances in the new music video

In the video, Jason’s wife Brittany can be seen feeding goats with their daughter Navy and fishing with son Memphis. Additional surprise cameo appearances are made by Willie Robertson and Willie Jr, as well as Luke Bryan and his nephew Till. Can you spot any more? 


See the official music video for Jason Aldean’s “Let Your Boys Be Country” below!