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Colt Ford And Willie Robertson “Cut ‘Em All” In New Music Video

Country rapper, Colt Ford has released the trailer for his upcoming music video for “Cut ‘Em All” off his fifth album ‘Thanks for Listening’ via Average Joes Entertainment Label. For the song and video, Colt has enlisted the help of his friend, Willie Robertson, CEO of the multimillion-dollar enterprise Duck Commander and one of the stars of A&E’s reality series, Duck Dynasty.

But don’t you worry, Willie has not quit his day job, but he did drop some rhymes for the song as well as co-star in the video that paired Colt and Willie as two police detectives in search of a renegade duck, Diggs, who was brought to life in the form of a three-foot, deranged-looking puppet.

Check out the trailer for the new music video below:

The follow-up to 2012’s chart-topping, Declaration of Independence, which remained on the Billboard Country Album chart for more than 58 weeks, ‘Thanks for Listening’ features collaborations with some of Colt’s pals such as Keith Urban, Duck Dynasty’s Boss Hog, Willie Robertson, Jerrod Niemann, Randy Houser, Justin Moore,  Chase Rice, Lee Brice, Walker Hayes and Daniel Lee.

Colt Ford will next be seen sharing the bill with Toby Keith on his “Shut Up and Hold On” summer tour.

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