HGTV’s Property Brothers Feature Country Artists in ‘My House’ Video

HGTV’s Property Brothers may be famous for remodeling homes, but now they’re making a name for themselves as country stars. Jonathan and Drew Scott, who perform under the name The Scott Brothers, just dropped their new single---aptly titled  “My House.” It’s a country rendition of Flo Rida’s famous hit, and The Scott Brothers’ version features country stars Eric Paslay, RaeLynn and Lindsay Ell.

In the video, the brothers throw a raucous house party—complete with wild animals, a pool and a photo booth—while trying to show off a new home to potential realtors. The video, which was shot in their own Las Vegas backyard, featured a ton of fun celebrity cameos. Proceeds from the song will be donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

This cover is not The Scott Brothers first dive into country music. In 2016, they dropped their debut song, “Let the Night Shine In”, which was later followed by their second single, “Hold On.”  The brothers co-wrote both songs in Nashville with Victoria Shaw (who wrote “The River” for Garth Brooks) and Chad Carlson (who engineered on Taylor Swift’s Grammy-nominated album Red.)

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