It wasn’t a stretch for Warner Bros. / Warner Music Nashville recording artist Cale Dodds to write a song about a down-home childhood and a country upbringing – the Columbus, GA native pulled from his own life to pen “Where I Get It From” alongside Sarah Buxton, Corey Crowder and Jared Mullins (listen HERE). He and his friends take fans on a summer afternoon river ride in the song’s official music video, directed by Dustin Haney (watch below).
“When we wrote this song, I had one goal – I simply wanted to write a fun song that told my story and paid homage to my roots,” Dodds said. “That’s exactly what we did. When I hear it, I’m instantly right back in the truck I drove in high school. I’m remembering those hot Georgia parking lot nights and summers spent skiing on the Chattahoochee River while getting sunburned, listening to ‘90s country. The music video captures my ideal day pretty perfectly. I hope fans can relate and understand a little more about ‘Where I Get It From’!”
The new tune follows Dodds’ recently released “infectiously rocking” (MusicRow) party-starter “What We Gonna Do About It” (listen HERE). The song, which he wrote alongside Corey Crowder and Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard, has already earned spots on Spotify’s New Music Friday, New Boots, Wild Country, Po-Co, Next From Nashville playlists. Fans can visit the platform to see an exclusive vertical video (watch HERE) or check out the official music video, directed by Haney, HERE. Dodds also shared a special acoustic version of the track to celebrate his milestone-making Grand Ole Opry debut just two weeks ago (watch HERE).