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Walker Hayes always looks like he is having a darn good time.

And that is certainly the case in his music video for his latest single “Y’all Life,” in which the Alabama native finds himself enjoying all the great moments small towns have to offer, whether at a Friday night football game or at church on a bright and sunny Sunday morning.

“’Y’all Life’ is meant to celebrate life and living’ in the moment,” explains Hayes in a recent interview. “Take me and my family for instance. We’re out here living life the best we can and it’s chaotic, but it’s ours and we’re doing it with the people we love, and I feel like a lot of people can relate to that imagery in this song.”

Yall Life One Country Bronco

This imagery hits even closer to home in the “Y’all Life” music video, where the country music hitmaker can be seen riding around in a fully restored 1971 Ford Bronco that fans can now own as part of the One Country “Y’all Life” giveaway.

With a one-time entry level buy-in of $40, fans will receive 300 entries in their quest to get their hands on the Ford Bronco. However, when one becomes a One Country member, the scope of giveaways gets even better, with chances to win not only the Ford Bronco, but also enter drawings for prizes such as a White River Ozark Cabin, a 2022 Ram TRX and a 2022 Polaris Ranger Crew XP 1000 premium. The more entries one purchases, the more chances for you to win! Registration for the Ford Bronco giveaway ends Sept. 30.

The coolest part of the One Country giveaways? Well, each one gives back to an amazing non-profit doing life changing work in communities across this great country of ours. In the case of the “Y’All Life” giveaway, a portion of the proceeds will go towards Hayes’ Be A Craig Fund, which was created by the “AA” hitmaker to pay tribute to his longtime friend Craig Allen Cooper, who unselfishly gifted Hayes’ family a van long before “Fancy Like” made him a star.

“It is a way for us to give back,” says Hayes, who will embark on his “I’m Glad You’re Here” arena tour in September. “People donate to the (Be a Craig Fund) and they know it’s going to a car for someone or some other great cause.”