Blake Shelton Looks at Former Versions of Himself in Music Video for 'I Lived It'
Blake Shelon, "I Lived It"
Blake Shelton sings of former versions of himself, in his nostalgia-filled homegrown video for “I Lived It.”
The video includes childhood photos from Shelton’s own life, including one from his early childhood, as his ten-year-old self clutches a guitar, and one from his formative teenage years, as his seventeen-year-old self moves into his first apartment.
The adult version of the country singer reflects back on certain memories, as flashbacks show him moving bales of hay, carving his name into a tree and cleaning old-timey cars. He croons that it’s this country-style upbringing that "made me who I am.”
The song is a cut from Texoma Shore, the album that dropped in November. Shelton's Country Music Freaks tour kicked off with six consecutive sold out performances, making it the top-grossing tour of the weekly Hot Tours recap. The North American tour will continue into mid-March, ending in Philadelphia on the 17th.