Jamie O'Neal video dropping Monday
Wednesday, January 9, 2008
– Jamie O'Neal's new music video for her latest single, Like a Woman,
debuts on CMT on Monday, Jan. 12. On Tuesday, Jan. 13, it will begin airing in heavy rotation on CMT Pure and will also make its online debut on Yahoo! Music.
Directed by Trey Fanjoy, Like a Woman, was filmed at the Massey House in Franklin, Tenn. The video features O'Neal and women from all walks of life as they go through their everyday lives. The song's lyrics speak of the need for women everywhere to reconnect with their femininity and recapture the passion with the man they love.
O'Neal wrote the song, the lead single from her forthcoming album on 1720 Entertainment slated for release this year.
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