HGTV’s Property Brothers Get Help From Country Artists in ‘My House’ Video [Watch]
Fans of both the Property Brothers on HGTV and country music are sure to delight in the new music video released by the design superstars, "My House," for which they enlisted some familiar faces.
Brothers Jonathan and Drew Scott, who perform as the Scott Brothers as a country act, have released a new music video alongside some of country's brightest young performers. In a cover of rapper Flo Rida's hit song, "My House," the boys throw a wild house party complete with a photo booth, cannon balls in the pool and even a wild animal or two, all while trying to show off the new home they built to a potential realtor.
In addition to the popular HGTV design duo, several country music faces make an appearance, including Eric Paslay -- who has his own verse on the track -- RaeLynn and Lindsay Ell. The brothers also recruit other famous friends, including comedian Carrot Top, Evan Bass and Carly Wadell from The Bachelor in Paradise, along with cast members from Fantasy and Thunder From Down Under. All proceeds from the song are being donated to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
The HGTV stars made their initial break into country music in 2016 with their debut song, "Let the Night Shine In," followed by their second track, "Hold On," co-writing both tunes in Nashville with Victoria Shaw -- who wrote "The River" for Garth Brooks -- and Chad Carlson, engineer on Taylor Swift's Grammy-nominated album Red. They also made their CMA Fest debut in 2016 both as performers and co-hosts at a variety of shows during the festival.
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