The 55-year-old country music singer gets a revenge, bringing the man who has done her wrong to a warehouse and tying him up to a chair.
In a music video for her new single "Turn on the Radio", Reba McEntire ties up a guy who has done her wrong to a chair and shows him, once for all, who's boss. The music video is directed by Randee St. Nicholas and was filmed in late July at a warehouse in Nashville.
The video shoot was forced to be halted when there was a terrifying electrical storm near the location and a confirmed tornado touched down only a few miles from downtown Nashville. "This is only the second time one of my video shoots as been shut down because of a storm," Reba said back then as quoted by The Valory Music.
"The last time something like this happened was on the set of the 'Does He Love You' video in Long Island. I hope that's a good omen because 'Does He Love You' ended up being a Grammy winning-song and a great music video!"
"Turn on the Radio" is the lead single from Reba McEntire's upcoming release "All the Women I Am". She said of the track, "I fell for the song immediately. I love that it's an up-tempo, strong woman song about a woman who has been done wrong by her lover and is telling him to turn on the radio if he wants to hear from her through their favorite song."
Reba McEntire's "Turn on the Radio" music video