It's hard to imagine country music without Shania Twain. But, the Canadian mega star's career got off to a rocky start when her debut album failed to chart any singles.
After meeting producer and future husband Mutt Lange, Twain's career skyrocketed. Less than two years after they married, Twain released her second album, The Woman In Me. The Lange-produced project would sell more than 20 million copies and earn Twain a Grammy.
The album's second single,"Any Man of Mine," became Twain's first country chart-topping hit, but it's the song's video that had tongues wagging. It was 1995 and Twain pushed the envelope with the sensual, midriff-baring video co-directed by Charley Randazzo and actor John Derek, husband of actress Bo Derek.
At the time, some of the clip's original footage was considered too racy. But, the final product was just safe enough for Twain to win over both men and women with it's catchy dancing and toe-tapping beat.
It's been 22 years since the song's release and it still remains a favorite amongst Shania Twain's faithful followers.
Flashback with us to "Any Man of Mine," the song that put Shania Twain on the country music map in the video below.
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