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Brown drops "The Git Up" video on Friday

Wednesday, September 11, 2019 – Blanco Brown, who has a huge hit with "The Git Up," today announced the music video for the song debuts this Friday across Viacom platforms (CMT, MTV Live, MTVU, BET Soul, Nick Music and Viacom Times Square billboard).

Blanco will perform "The Git Up" at halftime during the Thursday Night Football game between the Panthers and Buccaneers.

The song has claimed the number one spot on Billboard's Hot Country Songs Chart, for nine weeks.

The music video for the song is a celebration of the original dance, infused with some familiar faces that supported "The Git Up." Filmed in Nashville and its surrounding areas, the music video has been teased on the Viacom Times Square billboard all week and will make its world premiere at 6 a.m. eastern.

The Georgia native will hit the road at the top of the year with Chris Lane on the BIG, BIG PLANS Tour.

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