Clay Walker recently performed his new single "Right Now" at the Grand Ole Opry, and Taste of Country has the exclusive premiere of the video.

Dressed in jeans, a button down and his familiar black cowboy hat, Walker took the stage with a full band at the Opry on Oct. 9 to sing his romantic ballad. Written by Walker and Nashville songwriters Wade Kirby and Shane Minor, the song begs a woman to come over instead of wasting her night away texting him on the telephone.

"I gotta see you right now, right now / Don't waste another minute," Walker sings softly on the chorus while on the Opry stage. "I want to see headlights turning in my drive / Girl, it won't take you no time."

"Right Now" was released in September and is Walker's first new song in three years. The song features his warm and bluesy vocals, something he said his songwriters made a point to write for.

"Working with Shane [Minor] and Wade [Kirby], who are not only tremendous musicians, but great friends, was really inspiring," Walker says in a press release. "Shane thought that we should write something that would showcase what he calls 'the bluesy feel of my voice,' so he thought to call in Wade. What we came away with was, for me, ‘soulful magic’ — a song that’s for everyone that has let themselves be vulnerable to the possibility of love."

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