WATCH: Jessie James Decker Dresses Down in Exciting Music Video for New Song

by Kati Michelle
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Jessie James Decker got a pretty rough start to the beginning of 2021 with her son repeatedly in and out of the hospital. This time she’s in the headlines for good news. Her latest music video for the 2021 single “Should Have Known Better” premiered Friday.

The video hosts stunning nature views of the sacred Joshua Tree location, fast cars, and a solo Jessie James Decker singing the self-love anthem. She rocks a simple yet edgy outfit to start the video. As the video progresses, Decker removes layers one by one to reveal a stripped-down version of herself by the end. She sings about being dressed to kill and not looking back after a falling out with someone. She says shooting the video in this location was a dream and she thinks the video captures her strong, confident essence. That’s exactly how she wants her fans to feel.

With nearly 200k views, the comments are resoundingly positive across the board.

One mom says: “This has been on repeat for my daughter and I. Kitchen dancing and all!! Teaching her the best life anthem while she’s young.”

Another commenter said: “Going through a divorce…I needed this song. On repeat.”

Jessie James Decker is a Cool Mom

Before August, Jessie James Decker was in the middle of a social media hiatus. Coming back made her really nervous. She wrote in a tweet: “just felt like my fans were going to give up on me making my music. The overwhelming response and love from you guys has meant the world to me and shows me that you are still here with me and I love you so much for this!!”

Perhaps her biggest fan is her daughter Vivianne “Vivi” Rose. The two paired together recently for a pajama dance party to “Should Have Known Better.” Decker jokes that they practiced the dance for weeks and that Vivi keeps her cool.

Check out the adorable video here:

Decker Discusses Her Health

In a recent interview with People, Jessie James Decker disclosed that she deals with chronic migraines. She also remembered a time it affected her at the worst possible moment: when she was on stage.

“It was horrible…I had one of my band members perform a song while I tried to pull it together. Then I went back on and I played through it. It was pretty horrid, but there’s times like that, where it just comes on and there’s nothing I can do. “

She says the migraines started back in elementary school. Decker lived almost her whole adult life thinking it was normal to have them multiple times a month, but now realizes it’s not. She finds that physical therapy and massages help, but she also swears by essential oils. At the end of the day, she wants to let other migraine victims know they’re not alone.

She says: “It gets better. Listen to your body, listen to what it’s telling you, and just take it easy.”