Like his legendary forefathers before him, Cody Johnson is bringing the cowboy back to country music.
The singer, who got his start on the Texas rodeo circuit playing smaller venues and events, is now a big player in the country genre. The Texas-based singer had already cultivated an aura of iconic status, racking up hit-after-hit thanks to his old-school country sound and stellar songwriting chops.
Here are five of the best music videos to come from Cody Johnson:
5. “Doubt Me Now”
One thing you’ll notice (as of now, at least) is that Cody Johnson doesn’t do many videos, and the ones that he does keeps it simple and close to the spirit of country music. One of those videos was “Doubt Me Now,” which was a shoutout to all of the haters of the world and was filmed on stage at a live concert, allowing the song to take center stage.
4. “Dance Her Home”
The video clip for “Dance Her Home” is not a music video in the traditional sense. It’s more of a video from live performance; but, that’s the best aspect of “Dance Her Home." The song showcases Johnson in his natural setting and gives a peek into what seeing him live is like, which is, in one word, lit.
3. “With You I Am”
Cody Johnson is an artist who is not afraid to get sentimental, and the sing and music video to “With You I Am” is proof-positive of this. “With You I Am” is the quintessential ode to family life, and true to Johnson’s form, he keeps the video simple to drive the point home that there is nothing more important in this world than family, except maybe a kick-butt cowboy hat.
2. “On My Way To You”
This video is for Johnson's No. 16 hit of 2018. “On My Way To You” is a captivating homage to the journey many take to find love. It's the perfect song the jam to in the car after a long day of work, racing home to see your significant other. Showcasing relationships at their finest, “On My Way To You” is Cody Johnson at his absolute best.
1. “Dear Rodeo”
You can't have Cody Johnson without the rodeo. “Dear Rodeo” is a tribute to the time-honored Texas tradition of attending rodeos and his time in the rodeo circuit. The video for the song was shot live in Houston - can’t get much more Texan than that. “Dear Rodeo is the perfect track to get one ready for the Biggest Rodeo on Earth.