Kaleb Cooper releases music video for his single 'I Can't Stand Sheep'

As if releasing his first single wasn't enough, famous farmer Kaleb Cooper is now releasing a music video to accompany 'I Can't Stand Sheep' to raise money for farming charity, RABI.

By Chloe Gorman  |  Published
Famous farmer Kaleb Cooper releases the music video for his charity single 'I Can't Stand Sheep' this April 2024.

Kaleb Cooper is apparently a man of many talents, as he releases a new music video this April 2024 for his latest single 'I Can't Stand Sheep'.

The 25-year-old rose to fame babysitting Jeremy Clarkson on hit Amazon show Clarkson's Farm and published his first book, The World According to Kaleb, in 2022, followed by his first-ever tour in 2023.

His charity single 'I Can't Stand Sheep' was released on Thursday 18 January 2024 — and now he's made a music video to accompany the tongue-in-cheek 'country rap' song.

Audience members at Kaleb's recent show at the Everyman Theatre were treated to a sneak preview of the video, which was officially released to the public on Friday 12 April 2024.


 All the profits from both the single and the video are being donated to farming charity RABI, to help farmers in England, Wales and Northern Ireland in need of practical, financial and emotional support.

Kaleb said: 'All the way through the tour I’ve been asking the audience if they think I should release this music video into the wild. Well, your votes were cast and as promised, it’s coming out! However questionable my dance moves and rap skills are, it’s all for a brilliant cause.

'I hope this music video continues to raise awareness for the RABI. Farmers are going through such a challenging time, especially with the weather at the moment. It’s so important to make sure we are all able to talk about our problems and get help when we need it, which is where organisations like the RABI come in and do such incredible work supporting farming people in this country.'

RABI's 24/7 helpline number — 0800 188 4444 — features prominently in the lyrics of 'I Can't Stand Sheep', encouraging farmers to be open about their issues and seek help when they need it. 

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