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Chris Young Premieres Music Video For ‘Think of You’ Featuring Cassadee Pope

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After revealing their collaboration last month on the set of the music video for their duet “Think Of You,” Chris Young and Cassadee Pope premiered the hotly anticipated clip this morning on Vevo. Directed by David McClister and filmed at Nashville, Tennessee’s Sambuca Restaurant and Hermitage Café, the video showcases Young and Pope yearning for a lost relationship. “Think Of You” can be found on Young’s recently released chart-topping album, I’m Comin’ Over.

Music Row declares “Chris Young has never sounded more forceful than he does in tandem with Cassadee Pope…he sings his face off…excitement pours out of the speakers.”

Young kicked off the 2016 leg of his headlining “I’m Comin’ Over” Tour with special guest Pope yesterday, selling out shows in Lowell, MA in addition to upcoming shows in Philadelphia, PA and Pittsburgh, PA over the weekend. Capacity crowds enjoyed a 75-minute hit-packed set including Young’s seven No. 1 singles. The duet partners joined onstage during Young’s set to perform their compelling new single, “Think Of You.” Fans can purchase tickets for Young’s “I’m Comin’ Over” Tour, presented by AEG Live, at ChrisYoungCountry.com and aeglive.com. A limited number of exclusive VIP Packages are available, which can include premium tickets, access to a Chris Young preshow acoustic event, limited-edition merchandise and much more.

Hailed by the New York Times as “excellent” and “one more…strong chapter in a steady career full of them,” the praise for Young’s I’m Comin’ Over is especially notable as the ACM nominated vocalist took his first turn as co-producer on this fifth album, alongside Corey Crowder. The lead single and title track, which earned three consecutive weeks at No.1 atop the Billboard Top Country Airplay chart late last year, is certified Platinum by the RIAA.

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