Ronnie Dunn’s ‘Damn Drunk’ video captures the feeling of true love

Ronnie Dunn is best known for his work as one half of the former country duo Brooks and Dunn. The duo was hugely popular, earning a slew of awards and chart-topping hits. Dunn began releasing solo work in 2011 after Brooks and Dunn broke up.

His latest single, ‘Damn Drunk’, is surpassing all previous expectations of Dunn’s solo act. He joined forces with right-hand man Kix Brooks and Rascal Flatts band member Jay DeMarcus. The three collaborated to bring to life a powerful song that captures the passion of true love.

The song’s epic chorus ends with “I love the way you always go and mess me up; if you were a whiskey, girl, I’d be a damn drunk”, symbolizing the bone-deep love that Brooks has for the woman in the music video.

The music isn’t the only star in this video, though. Filmed on a southern ranch, the landscapes in the video are incredible. With spacious fields, country mountains, and homemade fences, the setting creates a perfect ambiance for the single.

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