Swindell, Lainey's "Never Say Never" goes to video
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Swindell, Lainey's "Never Say Never" goes to video

Wednesday, January 12, 2022 – Cole Swindell and Lainey Wilson released a video for their duet "Never Say Never" on YouTube and Facebook.

CMT will broadcast premiere the video on CMT Hot 20 Countdown on Saturday at 9 a.m. eastern.

Michael Monaco (FlyHi Films) produced the video, filmed at Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary outside of Knoxville.

"Never Say Never" was the most added song at country radio the week of release, giving both Swindell and Wilson their biggest radio add day of their careers.

The song, written by Swindell, Jessi Alexander and Chase McGill, is the Georgia native's follow-up radio single to his back-to-back number one hits "Love You Too Late" and most recently his 10th career number one hit "Single Saturday Night."

"Never Say Never" is also the follow-up single to Wilson's chart topper "Things A Man Oughta Know."

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