Blake Shelton takes a walk down memory lane in his brand new music video for his song “I Lived It.”
The music video was released today (3/2) and fits the song perfectly. The song reminisces about growing up in the 70s and 80s in the country lifestyle based on the lyrics.
Those of us old enough to have lived similar lives can remember some of the references like a relative putting tobacco on a bee sting and having a square fan as “air conditioning.”
In the new music video for “I Lived It” Blake starts out walking down a dirt road to a house out in the country. There’s an old barn with an old truck inside and covered up by a tarp.
Throughout the video there are video representations of some of Blake’s memories of growing up as well as some actual pictures and video of the country superstar when he was a kid superimposed into the scenes.
Watch the new “I Lived It” music video by Blake Shelton at the top of the page.
The song can be found on Blake’s latest #1 album Texoma Shore available everywhere now.
You can watch to see if Blake wins the ACM Award for Single Record of the Year for his previous chart topping hit “I’ll Name The Dogs” during the 53rd ACM Awards April 15th on CBS.
You can watch Blake on season 14 of The Voice Mondays and Tuesdays on NBC now.
Find out where Blake Shelton’s “Country Music Freaks Tour” with Special guests Trace Adkins, Brett Eldredge and Carly Pearce will be stopping here.