The song by Oklahoma musical group Oklahoma Musical has won a Grammy for best music video for its rendition of “Christmas Eve” and a Grammy Award for best pop song for its “I Want You Back.”
The video was filmed in November and December in Tulsa and New Mexico.
It has garnered nearly 20 million views since it was posted to YouTube on March 15, 2016.
The song is about a Christmas Eve celebration that brings together families, friends and the Oklahoma City community.
It’s a celebration of all things Oklahoma, from the music to the weather to the spirits.
The video features a family of eight in the middle of a festive Christmas Eve.
A woman sings, “I want you back,” to a family sitting on the couch, followed by the lyrics, “You can’t say you love me forever.”
The lyrics are followed by a woman singing, “The world doesn’t need you anymore, I know you’re going to come back,” followed by, “We’ll get through this together.”
Oklahoma is the second-largest state in the U.S. with more than 1.1 million people.
The group’s performance at the Grammy Awards was streamed live by YouTube on Thursday night.
The title of the song, “Okoyaholoo,” translates to “I’m coming back.”
The lyrics of the video are:The video also features an animated rendition of the lyrics of “I Wanted You Back” in the style of a traditional Oklahoma Christmas song.
In its video, the Oklahoma Musical plays an upbeat song called “Okie’s Christmas” as a song for the first time, as well as a version of “Happy New Year” that was first performed in December.
The Oklahoma Musical is a family-oriented group that has played festivals throughout the country, including the 2015 Oklahoman Music Festival in Oklahoma City.