WATCH: Tim McGraw’s Youngest Daughter, Audrey, Stars In His ‘7500 OBO’ Music Video
Tim McGraw’s just-released “7500 OBO” music video is a family affair. The superstar and three-time GRAMMY winner invited his youngest…
Tim McGraw and Daughter, Audrey; Photo by Nick Rau
Tim McGraw’s just-released “7500 OBO” music video is a family affair.
The superstar and three-time GRAMMY winner invited his youngest daughter, Audrey, to make her acting debut with the starring role in the music video. Audrey plays the main character acting out the storyline as her father is seen in performance portions of the video.
Directed by Alexa and Stephen Kinigopoulos, the “7500 OBO” video follows Audrey’s character and what appears to be her first love. Their relationship plays out from the perspective of the backseat of a Ford F-150. Viewers watch as the pair shares many special moments together inside the truck, however, things come crashing down when the male character moves away.
Crushed over the ultimate demise of their relationship, the leading lady decides to park the truck for good. After time passes, she puts the truck up for sale. Viewers will be surprised to see who purchases it.
“7500 OBO” is featured on McGraw‘s 16th studio album, Here On Earth, which reached the No.1 spot on the Billboard Country album chart upon its release in 2020. The project was re-released with an Ultimate Edition this spring with an additional set of songs.
“‘7500 OBO’ is about a guy who’s trying to get rid of his truck that he loves because there’s too many memories of his girlfriend in it. So ‘7500 OBO’ is ‘or best offer,’ of course.” McGraw explains of the track co-written by Nathan Spicer, Matt McGinn and Jennifer Schott. “So he’s just tryin’ to get rid of the truck because he can’t get in it anymore because all he thinks about is his girlfriend and all the great fun that they had and the times they had together. He keeps picturing her beside him in the truck, so he’s gotta get rid of the damn truck so he can move on with his life.”
This marks McGraw’s first music video since 2018. Click above to watch.
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