Kane Brown Honors Wife Katelyn and Daughter Kingsley in 'Worship You' Video — Go Behind-the-Scenes
The music video for the country star's latest single was filmed in Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Kane Brown will premiere the music video for his latest single, "Worship You," on YouTube Friday — and PEOPLE has an exclusive look behind-the-scenes of the shoot.
The country star shot the video for the song — which he performed earlier this month at the CMT Awards — with his longtime photographer and "Worldwide Beautiful" director Alex Alvga, pictured left.
Wife Katelyn bundles up on the set of the music video in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, where wildfires burned earlier this month.
"Jackson Hole has been a place that we wanted to go for some time — it was so beautiful and remote and we plan to go back again for a family vacation after this experience," Brown, 27, tells PEOPLE.
The video opens with a shot of Katelyn alone in the woods. "That trip to Jackson Hole is one that we will never forget," she says.
Brown, pictured here posing solo along a creek bed, is nominated for favorite male country artist at the American Music Awards on Nov. 22.
"Kingsley was a perfect baby throughout the whole video," mom Katelyn tells PEOPLE. "She certainly isn't camera-shy and she never fussed or got upset, even though by the end of the video it was really windy!"
Daughter Kingsley Rose celebrated her first birthday on Thursday. "It was so special to film this video with our family," Katelyn says.
"It meant the world to me to be able to film the 'Worship You' video with Katelyn and Kingsley," Kane tells PEOPLE of his girls. "This video will always have a special place in my heart because we filmed it together as a family."
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