Since the pair spend their self-quarantine period together, the music video features two spending time together and with their family, enjoying trivial things like cooking, boating, etc.
The couple's first duet, 'Nobody But You,' peaked at number 1 in the country chart, which was first for Stefani on this category.
Talking with the People Magazine, Shelton told Stefani's brother, Todd, helped them in the shooting of the video. Blake said, "When we're driving down the road, and we hear 'Nobody But You' come on the radio, she's still like, 'What the hell happened? How did this happen to me?"
Watch: Blake Shelton - Nobody But You (Duet with Gwen Stefani) (Official Music Video)
Shelton added, "had no business buying a camera, I had it here in Oklahoma, and there was nothing else to do, we were putting out this single, and so we were like, 'Hey Todd, you know how to run a video camera, will you make a video for us for our new single?'" "Now, we have a video for the new song, and things just kind of fell into place."