Kid Rock wants you. The rap-rock pimp is looking for a few good fans to appear in the video for "Forever," the first single off his new album.
The clip, to be directed by Wayne Isham ('NSYNC, Metallica), is scheduled to be shot October 26 and 27 in Rock's hometown of Detroit, according to an Atlantic Records spokesperson. On the 27th, the Bullgod will invite fans to the set for their inclusion in the mostly performance-based video. Specifics, including time and place, are likely to be announced soon on local radio stations, as well as on Rock's official Web site, www.kidrock.com.
Rock's new album, Cocky, the studio follow-up to 1998's Devil Without a Cause, is slated for release November 20. Besides "Forever," the 14-track LP features "WCSR," a collaboration with Snoop Dogg (see "Kid Rock Is Cocky, Calls Out 'Your Mama' With Snoop"); "Picture," featuring former girlfriend Sheryl Crow; and songs bearing such typical American Bad Ass titles as "Trucker Anthem," "Drunk in the Morning," "I'm a Dog," and "You Never Met a Motherf---er Quite Like Me."
"Forever" is expected to surface at radio next week.
Cocky track list, according to Atlantic Records:
- "Trucker Anthem"
- "Lay It on Me"
- "What I Learned Out on the Road"
- "I'm Wrong, But You Ain't Right"
- "Baby Come Home"
- "You Never Met a Motherf---er Quite Like Me"
- "Picture" (featuring Sheryl Crow)
- "I'm a Dog"
- "Midnight Train to Memphis"
- "Lonely Road of Faith"
- "WCSR" (featuring Snoop Dogg)
- "Drunk in the Morning"