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Darius Rucker's 'Homegrown Honey' Video Shows a Country Girl Conquering New York City

Darius Rucker performs at the CMA Music Festival
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Darius Rucker performs at LP Field on Saturday, June 7 during the 2014 CMA Music Festival in downtown Nashville.

Darius Rucker -- a Grammy winner as a member of Hootie and the Blowfish and as a smooth country singer -- released a new video for his single "Homegrown Honey." Watch it below.

"Homegrown Honey" features an easy to remember refrain: "Honey, honey, honey, you're so money, money, money." The song is about a southern lady impressing the boys in New York City. Rucker co-wrote the track with Charles Kelley (a member of Lady Antebellum) and Nathan Chapman. According to an interview with Radio.com, Kelley and Rucker first came up with the idea for the song while playing golf. "It's not one of those family songs," Rucker told Rolling Stone, "It's really a country party song."

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The track will appear on Rucker's next solo album, which at this point does not have a title or release date -- the singer is choosing from a pool of nearly 60 songs that might appear on the record.

In the meantime, Rucker is releasing his first holiday album, Home for the Holidays, on October 27th.

 

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