Rising star Danielle Bradbery brings her crew together in her "Friend Zone" video in order to give guys a few pointers. The artist called in her closest friends to star in the clip, which features the group hanging out skateboarding, hula-hooping and swimming in the fading sunshine. The ladies help Bradbery "break it down to the facts," explaining that if men want to get quality ladies, they’d better step up and show her he’s worth her time.

The spunky song is laced with power chords and a hint of rock attitude, but also features a lighthearted pseudo-rap from Bradbery. Its anthemic chorus shows off her impressive vocal skills, the talent that earned her a win for Team Blake on Season 4 of The Voice. Its prevalent use of sports analogies, tying “friend zone” to “end zone,” is a fun twist, doubling down on the lyrics' male target audience.

Bradbery fans will soon get to hear the song live, as Bradbery is opening for Thomas Rhett and Brett Eldredge on the CMT on Tour: Suits & Boots run this fall.

“Friend Zone” is the leadoff single to her upcoming second studio album. No details have been revealed yet about the new record. Check out the full video, directed by Roger Pistole, above.

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