Country newcomer Hardy is rednecker than heck in his all-out party new"Rednecker" music video.

Directed by Justin Clough, the video was shot on a farm in Cottontown, Tenn., and features some of Hardy's songwriting collaborators: Brett Tyler, Joe Clemmons and Benjy Davis. The group was able to relax and have a fun day just being buddies and hanging out. Their day consisted of mudding, mattress surfing via his jacked up 4x4, shooting catfish in a lake, paintballing, shotgunning Busch Lights and putting "a little more spit in (his) chaw," contest style.

 

"My town's smaller than your town /  And I got a bigger buck and bass on my wall / Got a little more kick in my drawl / Y'all I got little more spit in my chaw / My truck's louder than your truck / And my collar's a little more blue / You might think that you're redneck / But I'm rednecker than you / Yes I am," Hardy sings on the will-be summer hit.

Hardy is now an artist with his face to his songs, but he started as a songwriter for other artists, like for Florida Georgia Line on their smashes "Simple" and "Up Down." The newcomer released his debut EP, This Ole Boy, in October of 2018 and co-wrote all four songs, working with some of the brightest writers in town.

This summer Hardy will open for FGL on the duo's Can't Say I Ain't Country Tour, which kicks off on June 13 in Arkansas. Dan + Shay, Florida Georgia Line's "Up Down" collaborator Morgan Wallen and Canaan Smith will join Hardy supporting FGL on select dates.

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