Blake Shelton‘s new song “No Body” is influenced by 90s country music. The track includes references to popular songs from the era, including Brooks & Dunn‘s “Boot Scootin’ Boogie” and John Anderson‘s “Straight Tequila Night.”
The 90s country influences carry over into the official music video for “No Body.”
Shelton can be seen rocking a mullet in the video, which is actually how he styled his hair in the 90s and early 2000s. The video also features a line dance, which was a popular activity in the 90s. In fact, “Boot Scootin’ Boogie” is often credited for reigniting the line dance craze in the U.S. after it was released in 1992.
Those who want to learn the line dance in Shelton’s “No Body” music video are in luck. Shelton shared a tutorial that breaks down all of the dance’s steps in detail.
“Alright y’all I called in some backup to teach y’all the #NoBody line dance,” Shelton tweeted. “That’s right.. free line dancing lessons so no excuses!!!!“
Alright y'all I called in some backup to teach y'all the #NoBody line dance. That's right.. free line dancing lessons so no excuses!!!! Watch the full tutorial on YouTube and let's see what you got!!! https://t.co/lR7KPZ4DNH pic.twitter.com/Ykw3tOBCRU
— Blake Shelton (@blakeshelton) August 23, 2022
The tutorial video is nearly four minutes long. It starts off by showing you the steps at a slow pace. The instructor picks up the pace at the end so you can see how the dance matches up with the music.
Check out the tutorial for the “No Body” line dance below. It looks like a fun dance to try!