Forget 1999. In Jason Aldean's world, it's time to party like it's '1994.' Aldean released the music video for his 90s-themed country song, and its star-studded lineup will leave country music fans more than satisfied.

'1994' starts out with some 1990s swag, as a cute cowgirl drops a quarter into an old-school arcade game, and the screen lights up with the words 'Jason Aldean, 1994.' From there, the video starts out as a one-man show, with Aldean and his band rocking out during a barn party.

It only takes about 30 seconds for country music stars to start making guest appearances. First up is Lady Antebellum doing a silly dance, followed by Luke Bryan standing in the middle of the setting in an old arcade game. By the time the chorus rolls around, Lady A, Bryan, Florida Georgia Line, Dierks Bentley, Hayden Panetierre from ABC's 'Nashville,' Little Big Town, Jake Owen are chanting Joe Diffie's name and getting down to '1994.'

Aldean's video celebrates the good old days of country, when mullets and IROC-Zs were a part of culture, and it pokes a little fun at it too. The best part is, with so many of country music's mainstream stars participating in the video, it's clear that Aldean and his friends respect the country music tradition that brought them to where they are today.

And of course, we all love Joe Diffie. Unless you were born in 1994 and you haven't heard of him, in which case, you'd better look him up fast! You won't be disappointed.