High 5 Sports music video debuts on Good Day! - New York News

High 5 Sports music video debuts on Good Day!

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The creative genius behind several recent viral videos has brought his magic touch to High 5 Sports!   Aaron Chewning's "High 5 Sports: In Ya Face" music video is sure to make our own Ken Rodriguez an even bigger deal than he already is--- well, almost!

KRod and Aaron joined Good Day on Thursday morning to give us a sneak peek at the video, which officially airs for the first time on Friday ngiht during the first High 5 Sports of the season! 

CLICK ON THE VIDEO ABOVE TO WATCH THIS SEGMENT!

Then, tune in Friday night at 11 p.m. to watch the full, new High 5 Sports music video!

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