Diplo and Cam have released their music video for "So Long." The single is the first country release for the producer and DJ, who is going by his birth name, Thomas Wesley, for his side project.

The "So Long" music video was filmed on site at the 2019 Stagecoach Festival, where Diplo performed for the first time in support of his new project. Cam even joined him onstage for their debut performance of the song.

The video begins with Diplo fumbling with a horse on a ranch, then cuts to him getting ready for his show and even having a shot with celebrity chef Guy Fieri, who was giving a cooking demonstration at the festival. Cam is also seen singing along in the iconic Ferris wheel on the Stagecoach grounds and zooming around in a golf cart, performing the song.

The "So Long" video also features appearances from Billy Ray Cyrus, Lil Nas X and Noah Cyrus. The elder Cyrus and Lil Nas X gave the first live performance of their remix of Lil Nas X's "Old Town Road" during Diplo's Stagecoach set; the DJ remixed their remix for the occasion. Then, just when you think there couldn't be more special guests, Sam Hunt appears. He performed his hit "Body Like a Back Road," with some remixed features, with Diplo at Stagecoach as well.

In the video, Diplo dons a special Western jacket with his DJ name on the back, along with a rocket ship. He also wears a custom cowboy hat with matching cowboy boots.

"So Long" is Diplo's first release for his new country project, Thomas Wesley. Aside from this project, he is involved in a number of other other musical collaborations, including Major Lazer, LSD (with Sia and Labrinth) and Silk City (with famed producer Mark Ronson). He's also an in-demand producer for several genres of music, working with the likes of Beyonce, Bad Bunny and Turnstile.

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