It's important to point out, that while we can move on with our lives after seeing this video, we don't technically have to. We could theoretically keep watching it, and loving it forever, IF we wanted. Just saying.
Crossing over genres is not new to Bryan, who talked to ET last Friday about frequently covering pop and hip hop songs during his live performances.
"I've always tried to have fun hip hop moments," said Bryan. "It's always fun when people are like, 'I can't believe all these country music fans are singing every hip hop song.'"
"It's where music is these days," the "Crash My Party" singer continued. "I think a lot of walls have come down and continue to come down."
Remember, you could technically still be watching this if you wanted.
As for Bryan's killer moves in the video, he says that dancing and having fun during performances is really what it's all about.
"When I'm on stage you see a group of women and they've got their mother, she's 65, 70 years old, and I can kinda cut up with them and dance with them and have fun, that's what it's all about," he said. "If I'm up there having the most fun then everybody else is too."
Well, you just keep doing you, Luke Bryan! Oh, and keep making these videos with Jason Derulo. We have this gut feeling like it's something there should be more of in the world.
Durulo certainly impressed when he performed at VH1 Save The Music Foundation's 'Hamptons Live' benefit, hosted by Billy and Julie Macklowe at a private estate in Sagaponack, NY on Saturday, August 8. "In my life, music was everything, almost an obsession," he told ET at the big event. "Creativity is what makes us who we are."