Thomas Rhett has just shared another music video in anticipation of his album's release at the end of the month, and this time, it's for the danceable "T-Shirt."

The groove-filled song from forthcoming record Tangled Up confirms something important: Rhett's got rhythm.

The music video, shot mainly in black and white, features the 25-year-old showing off his noteworthy dance moves. Clad in a sharp blazer, white t-shirt and denim, Rhett plays it up to the camera with his killer smile and infectious personality and paired with the ultra-catchy "T-Shirt," the clip will have Rhett fans hitting replay again and again.

While the video is primarily black and white, there are pops of neon throughout, making the video feel current and edgy without being over the top.

This clip is completely different than Rhett's "Vacation" video, which featured him, his wife and friends in the tropical paradise of Hawaii.

All of the music videos Rhett is premiering ahead of Tangled Up will introduce fans to new music from the record. He co-wrote seven of the 13 tracks, and all Rhett's musical influences are combined into one complete project.

“I didn’t grow up listening to just one style of music. So, I don’t know how to write just one style of music,” Rhett says. “Whether these songs have more of a pop influence or more of a hip-hop influence or a completely country influence, they all — in some crazy way — cohesively sound like a ‘me song.’”

After Tangled Up drops, Rhett and fellow country music star Brett Eldredge will head out on their co-headlining CMT on Tour trek with Danielle Bradbery serving as the opening act.