I know this may be old news, but up and comer Sam Hunt released a music video for his new single “Leave The Night On.” While some blogs out there have a problem with defining this song as country, it without a doubt is a great song. And I, personally, can’t get enough of it.
The video depicts Sam as a late night taxi driver, picking up passengers who are taking selfies and rocking out while in the cab. Eventually he picks up some peeps who convince Hunt to take a break from work and come into a house party he is driving them to.
Check out the music video for “Leave The Night On” below:
Sam Hunt may be the next big thing to hit country music. He’s already made his presence known in a HUGE way, and you may not even be aware of it as he currently has three songs being played over the country music airwaves. He currently has his super catchy single “Raised On It” on Sirius XM’s The Highway, along with his penned songs “We Are Tonight” (Billy Currington) and “Cop Car” (Keith Urban) being played on country radio stations everywhere. You may even remember Kenny Chesney’s tune “Come Over“? — yeah, Hunt wrote that one too. Fans of Sam Hunt can expect his debut album to drop sometime later this year.
Tell me what you think of Sam Hunt’s “Leave The Night On” music video over on Twitter at @tylerwinters_.
We recently had Sam Hunt for a #CMchat Twitterview. Check out Scotty Bredin’s wrap-up of our chat here.