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Tim McGraw is 'Lookin' For That Girl' in brand new music video: Watch

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Superstar Tim McGraw gives some James Bond realness in his brand new music video for "Lookin' For That Girl," the hip-hop autotuned track lifted from his forthcoming set.

In the clip, the country crooner poses and charms the camera, while images of "a party all-nighter, little funky cold medina, little strawberry winer" play in the background. Reds and oranges give the allusion of sensuality amidst McGraw's performance, which also includes him driving down the street in his Ferrari convertible.

His yet-untitled forthcoming album is expected later this year. "Lookin' For That Girl," co-written by Jimmy Slater, Chris Tompkins and Mark Irwin, gives a teaser of more pop-leaning material from the hat-wearing singer and is the follow-up to last year's Two Lanes Of Freedom. His most recent chart-topping singles include "Highway Don't Care" (with Taylor Swift and Keith Urban), "Southern Girl" and "One Of Those Nights."

This summer, McGraw heads out on the Sundown Heaven Tour, kicking off in May and hitting 30 cities in the following months.

Check out the music video above.

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