Mason Ramsey Tries To Win Over An Older Girl In ‘Twang’ Video

“Yodeling kid” turned viral sensation Mason Ramsey just released a music video for his brand new single called “Twang,” and…


Melinda Lorge

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June 18, 2019


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“Yodeling kid” turned viral sensation Mason Ramsey just released a music video for his brand new single called “Twang,” and it’s undeniably cute.

Directed by Justin Clough, and set in a small town, the tune’s accompanying video features 12-year-old Ramsey upping his cowboy charms to impress a presumably older high school student. He locks eyes with the girl of his dreams many times throughout the video while also trying to win her over with his stellar basketball skills and generous gifts.

The young boy with the big voice even gets dragged off to the principal’s office after causing quite a stir in the high school cafeteria by jumping on tables and presenting his ladylove with a rose. Once he begins to serenade his crush over the intercom, she’s hooked. And, he knows it!

“She loves me for my twang / Reminds her of a little Hank / When she hears me on the radio / She knows that it’s me by the way I sing,” Ramsey confidently belts throughout the chorus.

It’s clear that Ramsey has come a long way since his rendition of Hank Williams’ “Lovesick Blues” caught the attention of millions back in April 2018. Already, he’s made his Grand Ole Opry debut, released an EP titled Famous and reached a Top 4 spot on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart with the EP’s infectious title track.

This past spring, the rising star also completed his first-ever sold-out headlining tour. He followed that up with a string of performances at top music festivals. He will take the road later this year for the fall leg of his headlining, How’s Ur Girl & How’s Ur Family Pt. 2 Tour.

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Melinda Lorge

Melinda Lorge is a Nashville-based freelance writer who specializes in covering country music. Along with Country Now, her work has appeared in publications, including Rare Country, Rolling Stone Country, Nashville Lifestyles Magazine, Wide Open Country and more. After joining Rare Country in early 2016, Lorge was presented with the opportunity to lead coverage on late-night television programs, including “The Voice” and “American Idol,” which helped her to sharpen her writing skills even more. Lorge earned her degree at Middle Tennessee State University, following the completion of five internships within the country music industry. She has an undeniable love for music and entertainment. When she isn’t living and breathing country music, she can be found enjoying time outdoors with family and friends.