Looks like Dierks Bentley has another hit on his hands. His latest album, "Black," already raked in its first No. 1 single on the Billboard country charts with "Somewhere on a Beach," and now the second single, "Different for Girls," is climbing the charts, too.
And we've got the first look at the new video for that song right here!
The country crooner swaps vocals with "Ex's and Oh's" singer Elle King in the track that's devoted to the different ways women and men handle breakups.
"It's different for girls when their hearts get broke / They can't tape it back together with a whiskey and Coke," they sing.
But when TODAY's Dylan Dryer had an opportunity to sit down with both Bentley and King to talk about the track, she found out they don't exactly handle their own breakups the way they sing about it.
"She handles things different than the way the girl does in this particular song," Bentley said. "I probably handle things differently than a lot of guys do. I take it pretty hard."
Or as King simply put it, "He's does it the girly way. I do it the manly way."
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