Ronnie Dunn is debuting the video for his single, 'Kiss You There,' on Monday (Nov. 25).

In the clip, the singer travels all over the world, including to the White House, the Statue of Liberty, the Grand Canyon, Nashville and Buckingham Palace. In each location, Dunn rolls out a screen of himself performing the song.

The video was directed by the late Sherman Halsey, an award-winning videographer who passed away last month. Halsey is credited with filming many of country music's most memorable videos, including Tim McGraw's 'Live Like You Were Dying' and Alan Jackson's 'Tall, Tall Trees,' as well as several of Brooks & Dunn's videos, including 'Hard Working Man' and 'Honky Tonk Truth.'

'Kiss You There' is the debut single from Dunn's latest album, which will be his first release on his own independent label, Little Will-E Records. The Texan has already released a second single, 'Wish I Still Smoked Cigarettes,' to iTunes.

“I think you are going to like what you see and hear,” Dunn hints on his Facebook page of the upcoming record. “We are going to make music available to you in different and unique ways. Our goal is to create a MUSIC CULTURE, guided by a lifestyle philosophy. There are no rules.”