Luke Bryan fans attending his Huntin', Fishin' and Lovin' Every Day Tour should pay close attention when walking around the city he's touring in, because the hip-shaking singer might just pop up on a sidewalk nearby.

That's exactly what happened in Cleveland, Ohio, on July 15, just hours before the "Fast" singer was set to take the stage at Progressive Field. Bryan was spotted strolling the streets of Cleveland with friends and songwriters Rhett Akins, Dallas Davidson and Ben Hayslip. The songwriting trio, also known as the Peach Pickers, have written countless hits for Bryan. The four men eventually stopped on a street corner where Akins whipped out his guitar and began busking for money.

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As Akins performed Bryan's hit "That's My Kind of Night," the singer himself made a cameo, running past him and shaking his hips to the song. Fans nearby didn't appear to quite catch on to who Bryan was, but when Akins stopped playing to shake one man's hand, another man begged him to perform one more song.

"Yeah! Keep playing! Play some more!" one shirtless man says in the video above, approaching Akins with a red solo cup in hand.

Another man watching asks, "Who in the hell is you?" in the certainty that this mysterious street performer must be a big deal, which he is. Hayslip caught it all on video and captioned the brief clip on Instagram.

"This street player named Luke Brown is pretty good! Even got @lukebryan dancin! #whoisyou @officialrhettakins," he writes.

Watch the hilarious moment in the video above.

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