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Thomas Rhett Releases ‘Look What God Gave Her’ Video



Just five weeks after release and already climbing the Top 15 at Country Radio, multi-PLATINUM selling performer Thomas Rhett has released the music video for “Look What God Gave Her”.

With colour-blasted visuals and a swaggering performance, the video directed by TK McKamy showcases a series of trailblazing women who are all inspirational ground-shakers – ranging from charitable leaders, mothers, artists and beyond – heightening the celebratory message behind the “summery single” (Billboard). Additionally, Thomas Rhett’s wife Lauren Akins, along with their two daughters appear throughout the video for the “track you can dance to” (iHeart Radio), setting the personal tone of CENTER POINT ROAD’S debut offering.

“When we started talking about the music video, it was natural to include Lauren, but I also wanted to include other inspirational women who are doing some amazing things,” said Thomas Rhett. “Rather than hire actors for the video we connected with the founder of Love One and her family, the women of Thistle Farms and an incredible artist who also did our art for the single cover to come be featured. Being able to spotlight them and celebrate these strong women along with with my wife and daughters was such a special experience.”

The upcoming album’s lead single “Look What God Gave Her” has already earned the highest chart debut of Thomas Rhett’s career. CENTER POINT ROAD, out May 31, connects fans to Thomas Rhett’s past, weaving together autobiographical stories with familiar sounds that have propelled his meteoric career. The highly-anticipated new music is the follow-up to the PLATINUM-certified smash LIFE CHANGES, which spawned a 2018 GRAMMY nomination for Best Country Album and has been streamed more than one billion times, delivering a slew of RIAA-certified PLATINUM and GOLD chart-toppers, bringing Thomas Rhett’s No. One tally to 12.

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