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Darius Rucker, Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean and Charles Kelley are 'Troublemakers'

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For the seventh track on his 2017 album When Was the Last Time, Darius Rucker grabbed three of his country superstar friends to record a cover of "Straight to Hell." Now it appears from a photo Rucker posted to social media that the four of them are filming a music video for the song.

In the photo, Rucker can't help but crack a bit of a smile while the four Troublemaker men wear dapper old-fashioned garb. Though there aren't currently any details given about the music video, the song definitely lends itself to make for a great short film.

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"Straight to Hell" was written by Kevn Kinney and recorded by his band Drivin' N Cryin' in 1989. "That was our jam. That wasn't just our big party song on the bus, it was in the van, when we were home, and at every bar we went to," Rucker said to CMT.com. "I always thought, 'I'm surprised that no country guy has ever cut that song, because it's just a great country song.'"

Drivin' N Cryin' were an Atlanta-based band, so it seems appropriate that Rucker would pull in three Georgia boys to sing the song with him, and Bryan, Aldean and Kelley jumped on board quickly.

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Darius Rucker, Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean and Charles Kelley are 'Troublemakers'