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Cody Johnson wins Music Video of the Year at CMA Awards, fans say 'country boy done good'

Cody Johnson's 'Gotta Be Me' debuted at number two on Billboard's Country Albums chart in 2016
UPDATED NOV 10, 2022
Cody Johnson bagged 'Music Video of the Year' for his hit single 'Till You Can't' at The 56th Annual CMA Awards (Jason Kempin/Getty Images)
Cody Johnson bagged 'Music Video of the Year' for his hit single 'Till You Can't' at The 56th Annual CMA Awards (Jason Kempin/Getty Images)

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE: Cody Johnson is the living definition of good country music. At age 35, the singer has come a long way toward becoming one of the greatest. Another award Johnson can now be proud of is winning Music Video of the Year at the 56th annual CMA Awards. He won his first-ever CMA Award on Wednesday morning, November 9, and his fans could hardly contain their joy.

On Wednesday morning's broadcast of 'Good Morning America' ahead of the live broadcast of the 2022 CMA Awards, it was announced that the 35-year-old country singer's video for his hit single 'Till You Can't' was named Music Video of the Year. The trophy went to both Johnson and visionary director Dustin Haney. Johnson has always been an independent artist. He self-published six albums, including 'Gotta Be Me,' which debuted at No 2 on theBillboard Country Albums chart and brought attention to the talented singer. It would not be until 2019 that he would sign a major deal and enjoy guaranteed mainstream success. 'Till You Can't' could be considered Johnson's dream single, which spent two weeks at No 1 in March. 


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He was up against some serious competition—'I Bet You Think About Me' (Taylor's Version) (From The Vault) by Taylor Swift (featuring Chris Stapleton) and directed by Blake Lively, 'Longneck Way to Go' by Midland (featuring Jon Pardi) and directed by Harper Smith, 'Never Say Never' by  Cole Swindell (with Lainey Wilson) and directed by Michael Monaco, and 'Never Wanted to Be That Girl' by Carly Pearce and Ashley McBryde and directed by Alexa Campbell. Johnson took to his Twitter to announce the big news writing, "Great way to start the day. Thanks @CountryMusic and all of the voters. Thanks Dustin Haney for bringing this song to life. Tune in tonight to see me perform it live on @ABCNetwork! #CMAawards" The fans couldn't help but congratulate the singer on this achievement. 


Fans congratulate Cody Johnson on his first-ever CMA Award

One Cody Johnson fan congratulated the singer and wrote, "Amazing! So Well deserved! What a brilliant song, me and my 4 year old daughter sing it everyday! It’s my ringtone sending love from the UK! Really hope I get to see you live one day" Another user tweeted, "That is just the first of many many more well deserved to come. Country boy done good. Congratulations" One more user said, "Man, you never know. (But TBH I totally knew this one would win big!) Congrats to @codyjohnson on his Music Video of the Year. I predict it will be the first of many wins at tonight’s @CountryMusic #CMAawards. P.S. Dreams don’t chase you back." A Cody Johnson fan tweeted, "Cody Johnson’s career has skyrocketed the past few years. He is next GREAT country star. He is next Alan Jackson/George Strait in my opinion @Kingnickrusso #CMAawards #CMA@codyjohnson" Another user pointed out how Johnson chose to accept the award and tweeted, "Cody Johnson accepting a CMA Award with fresh bright red lipstick on his lips from giving his wife a victory smooch is the cutest damn thing" One more user wrote, "So happy watching Cody Johnson on the CMA awards!! I saw him play the tiny dance hall in my college town all the time when I was still in school"







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