Will Kip Moore Lead the Most Popular Country Videos of the Week?
Kip Moore has just released an unusual video for his brand-new single, "The Good Life." Will he head up the countdown of the most popular videos in country music this week? We're about to find out.
Moore is facing massive competition in the form of new clips from Darius Rucker, Jeremy McComb and Sarahbeth Taite, Brooke Eden, Dustin Lynch and Chris Lane, Home Free with Billy Gilman, Nikko Moon and Smithfield. We're seeing more and more new videos as the music business roars back to life and the pandemic begins to recede, and it's bringing major change to the countdown every week.
Who's got your vote this time around?
There are some pretty important changes to the Top 10 this week. Home Free are still at No. 1 with their collaboration with Jeffrey East, but that video retires from consideration as their new collaboration with Billy Gilman on "One Voice" comes up for votes. Caroline Jones makes an impressive debut at No. 2 with her new "Come In (But Don't Make Yourself Comfortable)" video, and Lauren Alaina and Jon Pardi move up to No. 4. Clay Walker's "Need a Bar Sometimes" video is in the Top 10 at No. 8 this week after fans cast nearly a third again as many votes as in most weeks of regular voting over the last seven days.
Taste of Country lets our loyal readers decide the countdown each week, but the last few weeks have made it tougher than usual, so if you want to see your favorites win, you'll really have to fight for it! Get to voting, and remember to vote as often as possible between now and next Friday, when the results will be revealed and a new round of Countdown voting will begin.
Due to an update, the voting poll looks different than it used to. When you vote now, you need to scroll up afterward to see the captcha. Once you verify yourself, your vote will be counted as usual.
Note: Fans can vote for one video, once every hour until the poll closes next Friday at 12PM ET. The weekly Top 10 will be revealed immediately after the poll closes. Videos are retired after six months, or when fans lose interest or when an artist releases a new video for a current single.