Kane Brown captures the awe-inspiring power of true love in his official video for “Worship You,” taking to the woods with his real-life family.
Co-starring Brown’s wife Katelyn and their young daughter, Kingsley, the video was filmed in the mountain forests of Jackson Hole, Wyoming — highlighting the pristine perfection of the song’s romantic theme. Director Alex Alvga developed a simple concept for the piece, as Brown’s words of dedication come to life in a landscape that seems untouched by humanity. Brown sports a razor-sharp look in a black throwback suit and Katelyn stuns in a full-length gown, but it’s Kingsley who steals the show in an evergreen tutu, marking the little tyke’s second music-video role.
“Don’t get me wrong / I’m a God-fearing Christian man / But if you were a religion, then damn / I don’t know what I’d do / Yeah, I might have to worship you,” goes the smitten chorus hook. Brown released the track as a single in October and it appears on his Mixtape, Vol. 1 EP, which also includes the tracks “Cool Again,” “Worldwide Beautiful” and “Be Like That” (featuring Swae Lee and Khalid). Fans can get a behind the scenes look at the video shoot in a photo spread for People magazine.
Kingsley — who celebrated her first birthday on October 29 — had already made a brief appearance in Brown’s video for “Worldwide Beautiful,” as her famous dad’s career continues to burn red hot. The hit maker recently co-hosted the 2020 CMT Music Awards and is nominated for Best Male Country Artist for the upcoming 2020 American Music Awards, and Kane Brown will perform during the Dallas Cowboys’ nationally televised halftime show during the Thanksgiving Day game on FOX.