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Dustin Lynch Drops Fiery “Momma’s House” Vid; Russell Dickerson Debuts Alluring “Love You Like I Used to” Vid

Dustin Lynch brings the heat in his latest music video–literally. The country stud’s official video for “Momma’s House,” which arrived Wednesday, shows a watering hole going up in flames. The clip, directed by Mason Dixon, was filmed in Lafayette, Tennessee, about 60 miles outside Nashville. “Momma’s House” is the third single off Lynch’s 2020 album, Tullahoma. It’s named after his hometown–which, perhaps not coincidentally, is about 80 miles outside Music City.
Meanwhile, Russell Dickerson has also shared his latest video for  “Love You Like I Used To.” The country crooner says about the clip, which was filmed in both Palm Springs and Nashville, “The video is such a perfect visual for this song,” Dickerson says. “Love changes as it grows, you have to work on it, but it’s worth it—it gets better and better with time.” The track is the lead single from Dickerson’s upcoming sophomore album. See the video HERE.

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