Walker Hayes, he contends, is just like you and me.
The singer enjoys faculty soccer, Applebee’s, Olive Backyard and the Alabama Crimson Tide. It’s possible not in that precise order.
The Cell indigenous talked Friday about the release of his new music “Y’all Life” and the influences that impacted the generating of the new music video clip for the music.
“It took me back to Friday nights in Cell likely to St. Paul’s video games where (spouse) Laney and I graduated. It is quite joyful, pretty well timed with college football season coming up,” he informed 247Sports.
The tune was thrust into the spotlight Friday when the SEC’s official Twitter account tweeted out to Hayes about it the opportunity of a collaboration and how “Y’all Life” had the potential to be the college football track of the calendar year. He responded in the affirmative, but the SEC’s tweet was promptly deleted after enthusiast response.
However, it seems the opinions connected with the movie on YouTube are considerably different than the kinds on social media.
Hayes suggests he’s “just a ordinary dude.”
Like several in the point out, he is a enormous Alabama enthusiast. That may demonstrate why he performs the position of coach in the online video.
“I’m the previous of 9 young children,” he explains. “Several of my older siblings went to Bama. Anyone born in Bama can comprehend this assertion: I do not bear in mind owning a option. You know what I’m declaring? I was literally born and I’ve noticed pictures of me as a compact, small toddler that say, ‘Hold on Bear, I’m coming.’
“It was like expressing to Bear Bryant I’m gonna come play for you a single day.
“When I say that’s all men and women care about in Alabama, I never say it in a unfortunate way like that is all we have. It’s a single of the best traditions. We would not want to be from wherever else due to the fact of that tradition.”
This is not the 1st time he has pledged his allegiance to the Tide. In his track, “AA,” he references Nick Saban. “In Alabama in which they enjoy Nick Saban” …
The only variation, even though, this time he experienced Crimson Tide players in his music movie.
Defensive lineman Byron Young and receiver Ja’Corey Brooks, who caught a landing move against Auburn in the Iron Bowl, show up. LSU star gymnast Olivia Dunne also appears as a cheerleader.
“Thank you @walkerhayes for which include me in your songs online video for Y’all Daily life!” she posted on social media.
Hayes’ family customers — which include his 6 youngsters and spouse, Laney — are his co-stars in the video clip.
Verify out the entire interview below.
Mark Heim is a sporting activities reporter for The Alabama Media Team. Abide by him on Twitter @Mark_Heim.