Jason Aldean‘s new music video for “When She Says Baby” is an up-close and personal look at the country singer onstage. Filmed at the University of Georgia’s Sanford Stadium as part of his live concert DVD, Night Train to Georgia, Aldean brings his new single to the stadium audience. With the cameras switching from the band to the crowd, the viewer feels as if they’re on stage with Aldean.
In an interview with Radio.com last month, Aldean talked of “When She Says Baby,” his fifth radio single off of his album Night Train.
“It’s just one of those songs that on the [album] that kinda grew on me,” he said. “You have certain songs that grow on you and certain songs that you kinda fall off of after a while. And this was one that, after listening to it for a year, I’m still into it. And that’s usually the sign of a good song.”
Aldean admitted “When She Says Baby,” which was written by Rhett Akins and Ben Hayslip, two-thirds of the hit songwriting trio the Peach Pickers, was a song that he needed to spend a little time with before understanding how good it was.
“When we’re looking for songs for a record, I mean, you have certain songs that come in that are like ‘no brainers’–[as in] ‘this is huge, it’s gonna be a monster song,’”Aldean explained. “Other songs, however, “kinda grow on you as time goes on,” and ‘Baby’ for me was one of those songs.”
Aldean’s live concert DVD, Night Train to Georgia, is available now.