Brother duo CB30 released their official music video for their brand-new track “Healthy” Friday, watch HERE. Directed by Tristan Cusick, the duo performs an artistic rendition of their new song, showcasing their creativity and their energy. “Healthy” is an infectious pop-country song with a pulsating beat and memorable harmonies. CB30’s Christian Clementi wrote “Healthy,” a song about a toxic relationship, with Pete Good, Brandon Ratcliff and Dean Fields. CB30 will be releasing new music throughout the year. Fans can follow CB30 on Tik-Tok HERE for exclusive content and music.
CB30, comprised of real-life brothers Christian and Brody Clementi, grew up in Nashville surrounded by music from a young age. After playing some local charity events with their father Jay Clementi, a successful songwriter, they caught the attention of country superstar Luke Bryan who introduced them to various industry contacts leading to a record deal with Buena Vista Records, a partnership between Disney Music Group and Universal Music Group Nashville. The name CB30 comes from Christian and Brody’s first initials as well as the fact they were both born on the 30th of the month, Christian’s birthday is May 30th while Brody’s is March 30th. Their young, fresh sound is built on harmony-driven country melodies with influences ranging from The Everly Brothers to Ed Sheeran. In between football and baseball games, you can often find Christian and Brody on the lake fishing and wakeboarding. CB30 have previously opened for Luke Bryan on a number of stadium dates and made their debut at the famed Stagecoach Music Festival in Indio, Calif. The boys visited New York with appearances on Barstool Sports, Music Choice, and TigerBeat. The duo found early success on the popular social media platform, TikTok, garnering tens of millions of views and over 2.5 million followers, making them one of the most followed country artists on the platform. Last year, the boys performed as part of Global Citizen’s One World: Together At Home live stream concert in partnership the World Health Organization. CB30 previously released a new version of their song, “We Are Right Now,” remixed by NYC-based producers, Black Caviar.