Thomas Rhett Does “Diffie”

It may be Jason Aldean’s song, but T-Rhett has got the moves.

It's been a bit of a mystery.

Fans of Jason Aldean's new single, “1994,” who are hooked on the “Joe . . . Joe . . . Joe Diffie” have wondered exactly how do you "Diffie."

Leave it to one of the song’s writers, country newcomer Thomas Rhett, to have the grooves down.

In a video shot with Connecticut Country 92.5, T-Rhett explains that the inspiration for the dance came from Joe Diffie having both a mullet and a moustache. He then shows off his dance skills, which rival those of Luke Bryan. Check it out.

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