Trucktastic Music Video for Breland's "My Truck" Explodes Internet
We Can All Agree With Breland When He Says, "Don't Touch My Truck"
There's a new viral song in town that's blowing up the charts thanks to its official music video, and guess what—it's dominated by an eclectic collection of trucks. It's called "My Truck" by Breland, and once you hear it, you'll never un-hear the catchy, bass-laden melody and edgy lyrics of the country-trap artist's hit song: You can drink my liquor/You can call my lady/You can take my money/You can smoke my blunt/Scuff these Jordan's/You can say you hate me/You can call me crazy but/Don't touch my truck. You'll have to look up what country-trap means, because we're truck people here.
After an intro in which Breland undoubtedly purposely tricked his viewers (just watch and see), Breland burst into frame and opened by saying, "Don't touch my truck." Immediately three tricked-out semitrucks entered the scene and came and went throughout the rest of the video. What in the world is going on? We were so confused at this point. While ever fiber of our being whispered don't do this, you're at work and that's no place for fun, we watched on. Next, a brand new big ol' lifted Ram 1500 did some donuts in a dirt field. It looked like a Sema truck, but we can't be sure. Then, Breland continued his country-rap in front of a 1988-1998 Chevy truck done up sport-truck style, throwing flames out of the side-exit exhaust. This truck also recurred throughout the duration of the video, spurting fire out its tailpipe and straight up the bedside. Next in the collection of trucks not to touch were two unlikely friends: a Suzuki Samurai and a lifted Chevy Suburban. A few other trucks made brief appearances, including a classic 1967-1972 Chevy C-10.
We're completely confused in so many ways by the music video, and it's totally likely that that would please 24-year-old Daniel Breland (known as Breland) of Burlington, New Jersey. It breaks all the molds and shatters so many stereotypes about people, music, and trucks. The video, posted on February 19, 2020, under the YouTube username "Breland," has nearly 2.5 million views and over 3,000 comments, so far. It's the only video posted to the account; one-hit-wonder, or will we see more from Breland?
One thing's for sure--Breland's not going to say it again. Don't touch my truck.