Jana Kramer’s New Video Is a ‘Love’ Letter to Honduras

“Love” is not only the title of Jana Kramer’s latest single, it’s the operative word at the heart and soul of her new music video.

Kramer released “Love,” the first single from her upcoming second album, earlier this year. The lyrics in the song tell of the pain and heartbreak that sometimes comes alongside experiences of love, though the tone and message are ultimately hopeful. “How many times can a heart break?” and “How much weight can a soul take?” Kramer asks in the song, before singing that “love, love, love, I still believe in you.”

Kramer shot the “Love” video in the small, rural villages of El Progreso and Monte De Olivos, Honduras. It was directed by Ryan Lassan, and it stars a group of adorable local kids who dance, smile, play and sing along.

The video shoot was also aligned with a Hearts 2 Honduras, a religious group that does charity work in the Central American country. The group has been focused in recent years on building homes for families in El Progreso and Olivos.

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