Triple Tigers’ multi-platinum recording artist, Russell Dickerson, has released his music video for current single “Home Sweet;” dropping exactly eight years from the day he proposed to his wife, as seen in the intimate home video opening. Sprinkled with raw footage self-shot over the years, the films previously held private make their debut in the deeply-personal visual iteration of “Home Sweet.”

“Home Sweet is in my top 5 best songs I’ve ever been a part of writing,” said Dickerson. “The stories portrayed and the emotions felt are all real life experiences all wrapped up in this all-out anthem!”

The new video starts with a February 3rd, 2013 home video of the country star getting down on one knee to propose to his now-wife, Kailey. Dickerson continues to take viewers on a historical walk through their eight years together, in step with the real-life inspired lyrics that cite a return from their dream honeymoon “to prayin’ we could pay rent this month.” Coursing down memory lane, parallel footage wallpapers the room as he asserts home is “more than some bricks and stones,” but that “it’s wherever I’m with you.” Cut to iPhone videos of present day, on the other side of the struggling artist season, with four back-to-back no. 1 singles and their first baby in their dream home: “A quarter acre and a two-bed farmhouse/ Polaroid kiss with a red sold sign/ Sittin’ on boxes in the living room laughin’ and cryin’/ just starin’ at them two pink lines.”

Dickerson tenderly reminisces in the soft glow of the magnified digital scrapbook, in a visual declaration of the true meaning of home.

Watch the video for ‘Home Sweet’ HERE

Multi-platinum Nashville-based singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Russell Dickerson has established himself a prolific songwriter and powerhouse showman through good old-fashioned performances and eloquent songcraft spiked with spirit. In 2017, his gold-certified full-length debut, Yours, bowed at #5 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart and #1 on the Emerging Artists Chart. Additionally, it yielded three consecutive #1 smashes, including the double-platinum “Yours” (christened “one of the hottest wedding songs of the year” by The Knot), platinum “Blue Tacoma,” and platinum “Every Little Thing.” Nominations followed at the Academy of Country Music Awards, CMT Music Awards, and iHeartRadio Music Awards. Among many highlights in 2020, he received a nod in the category of “Best New Male Artist of the Year” by ACM. In 2020, he transposed the little pleasures into hummable and heartfelt country anthems uplifted by pop energy on his second full-length album, Southern Symphony [Triple Tigers Records], led by the platinum-certified #1 single “Love You Like I Used To.” Telling his story like never before, the record’s eloquent songcraft and airtight playing showcases all sides of his beloved personality— doting husband, self-proclaimed “regular dude,” stage star, and now, loving dad.

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