Music and NASCAR have been crossing paths more and more in recent years. The two worlds have been entwined from superstars like Luke Bryan and Travis Tritt performing at NASCAR events to drivers making cameos in music videos.
In some ways, drivers appearing in music videos helps give them an edge when bettors make NASCAR picks in sports betting. The additional exposure gives them a boost of confidence, and a number of drivers have appeared in music videos over the years.
The Music Video Craze and NASCAR Drivers
NASCAR drivers have started to get involved in the music video craze, with Kyle Larson, William Byron, and Chase Elliott among the names that have starred in music videos. The NASCAR drivers involved seem to be having great fun with their music videos, and their enthusiasm and passion for music have been clear to see.
It may be that this trend will continue to grow in popularity, with more NASCAR drivers taking part in the music video craze in the future.
This is a great way for NASCAR drivers to reach new audiences and bring some fun to the sport. The top NASCAR drivers in the world often compete in some of the most prestigious races, earning tremendous amounts of respect from motorsports fans everywhere.
NASCAR drivers also have to be mindful of their fitness and nutrition in order to keep up with the intense physical demands of the sport. Furthermore, they must stay connected with their sponsors and marketing partners to reach new audiences and promote their brand.
By engaging fans and offering fun while doing so, NASCAR drivers can make a lasting impact on the sport and become icons in the racing world.
With so many drivers getting involved in the music video craze, it’s likely that we’ll see more drivers stepping up to make their own music videos in 2021. Additionally, the NASCAR racing scene will be increasingly dominated by drivers that have a knack for the camera.
As these drivers become more involved in the music video industry, they may focus on this creative outlet instead of strictly racing. With YouTube being a major platform for content creators, it’s likely that NASCAR fans around the world will be able to tune in and watch their favorite drivers in music videos. In 2023, race fans can continue to catch emerging stars among the NASCAR ranks as they make their mark on the music video industry.
Notable NASCAR Driver Appearances in Music Videos
Jeff Gordon and Tony Stewart starred in Toby Keith’s 2012 music video for Red Solo Cup, helping to create a memorable scene involving racing and drinking beer. This video featured NASCAR drivers in a parody as they raced down the track and celebrated with each other by serving up cold beers.
The video was a great way to showcase the power of NASCAR and promote the drivers involved. It was an entertaining and creative way to promote racing and gave many fans a great visual of some of their favorite drivers.
While many people associate NASCAR with country music, drivers have also appeared in other genres. Dale Earnhardt, Jr. and Tony Stewart briefly appeared in The Road I’m On by 3 Doors Down. In addition, Earnhardt earned a spot in Nickelback’s Rockstar alongside Wayne Gretzky and Grant Hill.
More recently, Bubba Wallace and Denny Hamlin teamed up with Post Malone. They appeared in the hip-hop star’s Motley Crew single in 2021. They weren’t the only NASCAR- related figures, though, as there were also several cars featured in the video.
Music and NASCAR have been colliding more often in recent years. This can be seen through various cameos that drivers have made in music videos. While the number of music video cameos made by NASCAR drivers is still relatively small, it’s clear that the connection between the two worlds is growing stronger.