On Tuesday evening (Dec. 13), the Platinum-selling hitmaker delivered an energy-filled performance of the tune, which is BRELAND’s first official solo radio single and currently sits inside the Top 30 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.
Donning an orange button-up shirt and pants, the New Jersey native put his angelic vocals on full display as laser lights spun around.
“For what it’s worth, I hope that you’re happy now / And that you found what you didn’t in me / For what it’s worth, I’d trade everything I have / for what I had, I know that talk is cheap / But for what it’s worth I did some growing up / I ain’t out there getting drunk I can be what you deserve / Cause now I see your heart, your mind, your every curve / And your love for what it’s worth,” BRELAND sang on the chorus of the tune.
Co-written by BRELAND alongside Greylan James, Jacob Durrett and Rocky Block, “For What It’s Worth” appears on BRELAND’s genre-bending debut album, Cross Country.
The project arrived on September 9 via Bad Realm Records/Atlantic Records/Warner Music Nashville and features 14 tracks, including collaborations with Ingrid Andress, Thomas Rhett, Lady A, Keith Urban and Mickey Guyton. Named after the boundary-pushing, genre-bending style that defines all his output, Cross Country firmly establishes BRELAND as a vital new force shaping the future of Country music.
BRELAND recently debuted the music video for the track. The clip, which was filmed in Texas and directed by Alex Bittan, portrays the strength, determination, and dedication it takes for PBR (Professional Bull Riders) star, Ezekiel Mitchell, who went from teaching himself bull riding by watching YouTube videos to become one of the world’s leading bull riders.
“Before shooting the music video, I had only peripherally been aware of PBR and wouldn’t have been able to imagine what these athletes endure in the spirit of competition,” BRELAND previously explained of the clip. “Learning about Ezekiel and his unusual path to PBR instantly reminded me of myself and the bridges I’m trying to build within country music. I loved the filming process because I mostly just got to enjoy a thrilling new sport, but I also got to know an incredible young talent that is shifting people’s perception of bull riding.”
Watch BRELAND’s music video for “For What It’s Worth” below.
The season 22 finale of NBC’s The Voice aired on Tuesday evening (Dec. 13) at 9/8c on NBC and will air again tomorrow (Dec. 14) on Peacock.
The two-hour finale also featured performances from Kelly Clarkson, Maluma, OneRepublic, Adam Lambert, BRELAND and the season 21 winner of The Voice, Girl Named Tom.
The Voice coaches—Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, Camila Cabello and John Legend—also took to the stage alongside The Voice finalists—Omar Jose Cardona, Brayden Lape, Bryce Leatherwood, Morgan Myles, and bodie.
In addition to performing alongside Team Blake finalists, Shelton also joined Kane Brown to deliver the live debut of their brand-new duet, “Different Man.”